I saw a sac and blood clots in my discharge. Is the sac gestational sac? Can it be something else? Like ovrian cyst?

Most likely. A spontaneous ab if you know you were preg, please make sure you are seen by your OB or the er to make sure you passed everything or to make sure nothing else is going on as if u did have an ab u will need Rhogam if you are rh negative, ovarian cyst cannot pass out your vagina.

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@7wk scan saw the heartbeat @117, also saw a blood clot in the sac, gestational sac at 9wks with baby at6wk 2 d. Anything to worry. On bed rest now.

Pretty common. This is called a subchorionic bleed and it's typically related to bleeding from the placenta. It typically resolves without incident, however, large bleeds can result in miscarriage. Either way, bed rest really doesn't do anything to help the situation. It's best to try to live your life as a normal pregnant women would. Read more...

I wasn't preg. I passed a sac attached with blood clot in my period. So, is it possible for a piece of utreus lining to look like a gestational sac?

Several things. You can pass a piece of endometrial tissue in the shape of a sac called a decidual cast but this typically occurs with an ectopic pregnancy. You could also pass an endometrial polyp which can resemble a sac. Read more...

As a doctor, do you think I'm pregnant if I got a positive test but I have a 5 CM ovarian cyst, & no gestational sac on ultrasound??

It is very possible. A positive pregnancy test without a noted gestational sac can occur in very early pregnancies. The ovarian cyst could also be a corpus luteum cyst of pregnancy. Read more...
Yes. the pregnancy test detects human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), which is produced by the trophoblast, which later becomes the placenta. An ovarian cyst will not produce HCG. If you are 3 to 5 weeks, the gestational sac is easily missed. Your OB will address the possiblility of a tubal pregnancy, and can confirm that you are not having a miscarriage by documenting a rising HCG level or repeat US. Read more...