So Scared 2

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jazz0131 - November 11

I am so confused and sacred. I was in the ER last week and they told me I was 5 weeks 4 days pregnant. They said I have a irregular gestational sac and they didn’t see the yolk sac either. I am so confused as to how far I really am. I also read that only being 5 weeks 4 days that it might just be to early to see anything. Maybe they are off as to when I got pregnant. Here are my dates. May last period was on 10/5. I had s_x on 10/14, 10/20 and 10/28. I should have ovulated on 10/19. Could I have gotten pregnant on the 20th and not the 14 so my dates could be off and this is why we can not see the yolk sac? I am so scared that I am going to lose this baby due to the gestational sac be irregular looking and no yolk sac. Please help.

 

Grandpa Viv - November 11

Jazz, you would be surpised how many early pregnancies do not stick - its all part of the process. Yes, you could have got pregnant 10/20. Where they came up with 5 weeks 4 days I have no clue. Counting from 10/5 you will not be that far along until next Tuesday. You don't say why you were in the ER - early preg signs maybe. My suggestion is you wait until your next period is missed, then get an appointment for a second month ultrasound which will show things much better. GL!

 

jazz0131 - November 11

They said the gestational sac measured at 5 week 4 days. I was in the ER for pretty bad cramping. So how far along should I be if my last period was on 10/05?

 

Grandpa Viv - November 12

Five weeks 3 days today if you got pregnant 10/20. Their figure makes it seem like you got pregnant from s_x 10/14 which would make you six weeks one day today. It is not impossible that they are right. Some women do ovulate as early as cycle day 10.

 

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