partial molar pregnancy
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jgf - October 31

I recently underwent IVF with PGD primarily for gender selection.. for a dignosis of unexplained secondary infertility. We transfered 2 normal female blasts and one indeterminant blast (no nuclear material identified on PGD). I have one son conceived naturally and one conceived via a gonadotropin IUI cycle. I am 36. I should be just over 6 weeks PG. Unfortunately my RE stated my sonogram is abnormal... the placental tissue specifically is abundant and although he saw an embryo with a heartbeat he is fearing that this may be a partial molar pregnancy. I understand that this is usally caused by two sperm fertilizing one egg... Can this not be detected at the pronuclear stage? When can one be sure from sonogram whether this is the case or not? I am supposed to return for a follow up sonogram in a few days. Thank you.

 

Barry Jacobs, M. D. - October 31

I am sorry, but I have no data to answer your question.
Good luck.

 

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