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Bleeding in G Sac
Hello, I'm a 30 year old female. Currently 6 weeks (approx.) pregnant. As per the USG the Crown Rump Length is 7.0 mm, FHR is 124 bpm. A Bleed of 10x5 mm is seen on inferior aspect of G Sac. My currect Doctor has suggested complete rest along with the below medication;- 1. Tab Thyronorm 50 mg. 2. Tab Susten 300 mg (once before bed time). 3. Tab Duphaston (twice a day). 4. Tab Folvite (once a day). Apart from this, I'm also to take inj. Maintaine 500 mg twice a week till the 12th week of pregnancy. I just want to know is there any chance of a miscarriage with this Bleed and what are the chances of normalization in my case.
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Hi. The chances are good even after this type of ultrasound. Your trreatment is to protect the pregnancy. So do accordingly as advised. Repeat ultrasound after 2 wks. Everything will be fine. The heart beat is fine so dont worry. Good luck.
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The treatment is absolutely fine. There are good chances of recovery. Good luck!
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Hi, you are in hands of right Dr. Continue the adviced  proforma.Nothing more. Then this can be done. There are fair chances of recovery.  Good luck.
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