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hopingforbfp's Pregnancy

My Due Date: April 14, 2021
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4 weeks 0 days Pregnant (Past Pregnancy)
Ultrasound Date: September 24, 2019
By hopingforbfp » Posted Sep. 26, 2019 3:27pm - 978 views - 3 comments

Measuring- 5 weeks 0 days.
Due date is May 25th based on ovulation.
I went to a free pregnancy clinic as my insurance doesn't kick in till October 1st. The doctor at the clinic put me on bed rest because of the "fluid" next to the sac.....he said it isn't supposed to be there! I have to wait till next week to consult with my OBGYN and get another ultrasound so she can assess what that is. I've never seen that on an ultrasound before. Anyone have a clue what it may be?!?

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Comment from hopingforbfp » Posted Sep. 27, 2019 8:26pm
@sonata85- Thank you for sharing your experience with me that definitely made me a lot less stressed! I'm glad all turned out well with your daughters!
I was worrying as the Doctor said it's not supposed to be there and it's not supposed to be that close to the sac. Then again, he did think it was a second sac at first look. I know my OBGYN will know much more about it too. I hate waiting, but for now I am resting a lot.
That site was helpful too and reading others stories puts me at ease. Thank you for your help!!

Comment from sonata85 » Posted Sep. 27, 2019 2:21pm
Here’s the thread. Just look at the “Best Answer” because the rest is ladies arguing about whether or not you can see the heartbeat at 6 weeks https://www.babycenter.com/400_pocket-of-fluid-in-uterus-at-6-week-ultrasound_8852085_918.bc#answer1Section

Comment from sonata85 » Posted Sep. 27, 2019 2:14pm
I found a thread on babycenter where women were talking about having the same thing around 6 weeks. I didn’t see anyone say anything bad happened to their babies. It could be fluid or could be blood. I had a subchorionic hemorrhage with my 2nd daughter that caused bleeding but it it absorbed back into the uterus within a week. Doesn’t look like the fluid is super close to the sac, so best thing to do is just rest and wait to talk to your OB (waiting is the worst!) I’m not an expert at all, but I always try to hope for the best. Congrats!!

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