So my last period which was a unsuually light period was at the very start of Feb. I went to Sexual health clinic two days ago for a early scan and she said the baby was six weeks maximum with a heart beat.
I went to Sexual Health clinic as I was unsure whether I was keeping the baby. Could the woman doing the ultrasound be wrong? I had said previously if it looked like a baby then I would be keeping it. She was blunt and said we'll it isn't a baby it's a foetus before she even scanned me. Found that a tad rude! I went to the midwifes to register yesterday and she said it seems a bit strange that I'd be 6 weeks if my period was so long ago.
So I'm wondering whether any of your early scans were wrong?
That's honestly all I can think of ... without wanting to be rude, did the woman doing the scan seem competent (other than being a complete arse)? If she wasn't as experienced she may possibly have dated you wrong? I imagine that early scans are quite hard to measure!
Another thought, was there a heartbeat? The only other option I can think of is that the baby has stopped growing at 6 weeks. I'm so sorry, I hate to suggest that, but that needs to be ruled out as well.
Have you had any more thoughts about what you want to do OP? In terms of continuing with the pregnancy.
Then the only real option is that possibly didn't read the scan correctly relax for now. Hopefully it'll be clarified at your next scan. It may be in idea to request another in two weeks, if possible, perhaps tell your GP that you think she might have been mistaken and you'd like a second opinion?
Yeah as I understand it it's just a withdrawal bleed and not really anything to do with your actual cycle. You, in theory, shouldn't be releasing any eggs on that type of pill should you? I might be wrong though so maybe worth asking a HCP.