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Chances Of Blighted Ovum Twice
Certainly possible: It would be difficult to give you a number or a percent chance. Blighted ovums and early miscarriage are just very common. Unfortunately it can happen again. Assuming you have no medical issues though a normal healthy pregnancy is statistically more likely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hcg betas 14dpo-70 16dpo-106 18dpo-169. No bleeding/cramping. What are chances of blighted ovum? Ectopic? Chemical pregnancy? Viable pregnancy?
All possible: need to be followed to see what the next value is by your doctor (which is whom I assume is ordering these tests) ...Read more
Depends on testing: A blighted ovum means that that portion of the embryo that was to become the baby did not develop properly, but the portion that was to become the placenta did. So you have rising hormone levels and even a gestational sac in the uterus, but the sac is 'empty'. Older women with poor egg quality have higher chances of blighted pregnancy. If there is no genetic issue with you, then <15% chance. ...Read more
Hi, im 24, ttc 2 years, in that time IV had a blighted ovum + 1 chemical. all checkups ok. what could i do to increase my chance of concieving + not m?
I've had 4 successful pregnancies and am 6 weeks and 4 days pregnant with my 5th what are my chance of blighted ovum with this one?
My hCG level went from 386 wk 4 to 5356 in wk 5. What are the chances of a blighted ovum? Will ur hCG levels rise tht much in 1 wk if u hv an empty ?
What did uer OB say?: What is your Progesterone level, a high one is good a low one is not good, should be able to see a sac at 5 weeks and should be able to see a ht beat sometimes at 6 weeks depending on the person and theus machine but definitely by 6 1/2 - 7 weeks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a blighted ovum with my first pregnancy , i found out i am 6 weeks 3 days pregnant now, what are my chances of having another blighted ovum?
Low: I think your chances of this happening again are low. Blighted Ovum is an out-of-date term for which is now called an Anembyronic pregnancy. These typically do not have a fetal pole (a tiny baby). If you based your current gestational age on a regular period cycle, then you should be able to see this fetal pole and likely the heart beating on ultrasound by this point. Good luck. ...Read more