Partially collapsed gestational sac

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Partially collapsed gestational sac

Sir my wife is 7weeks preg as per her Lmp and the usg showed 15mm msd yolk sac 3mm crl 6mm and dated as 6weeks 3 days fhr 103 The report mentioned single fundal partially collapsed gestational sac containing yolk sac and embryo. Cervix is long and closed.
Threatened abortion at 6 plus weeks

We are confused about the interpretation as 2 doctors are saying it wont have a favourable outcome whereas 2 doctors saying that it might correct and maybe a normal pregnancy and to continue it as the emmbryo and yolk sac are intact and fetal heart activity is seen. My wife ovulated on 17th day of 29 day cycle and implanted on 28th day which we are assuming due to implantation bleeding.Her cycle length is 28days to 29 days and she ovulates on 17th day.
She is having no bleeding presently.
What is the likely outcome

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Please help me with similar experiences and advice

At this point after 6-7 weeks the best sign of a viable pregnancy would be the presence of a fetal heart beat. The other signs are less reliable.

Sir is this pregnancy viable after the radiology comment of partially collapsed gestational sac though the embryo and yolk sac are visible with a fjr of 103.
Should we expect a healthy pregnancy with threatened abortion. The pregnancy has been dated 6 weeks 3 days as per ultra sound. As Per LMP it is 7 weeks 2 days but she ovulated 17 th day and implanted 28th day from LMP0

Most doctors will likely repeat the sonogram in 1-2 weeks and reassess the pregnancy progress.

Sir the reason for messaging you was that you have an experience of 40 years and may have seen such a thing. So is it possible for a partially collapsed sac to recover without any intervention.
Is it possible for this pregnancy to carry on and if so what are the chances.

Also sir my age is 37 years and fasting sugar is 96-101 and post 2 hourse meal is 136 for which she was given metformin 500mg 1 tab twice daily and was not stopped after she conceived. Also she was given progestorene 400mg SR after she conceived without checking the progestorene levels.

Sir can the above be a reason for the collapse. Age is 37 and no PCOS so some one said that metformin should be stopped as soon as conceiving.

Sir only through this platform can we gain your valuable advice which means a lot to us. In layman terms anything which is partially collapsed cannot be restored without any repair being done or any intervention which cannot be done in this case.

Sir i did not get any input or scientific information about end result of a gestational sac collapse .

Please help us with your advice and oblige.

Sir
There is difference of opinion among doctors . One set of doctors say irregular or collapsed/collapsing gestational sac means pregnancy is no viable. The other doctors say that irregular shaped and collapsing sac mean nothing when there is embryo and fhr . Sir i am in this situation.

What is your opinion about the above please let me know and oblige.

A normal fetal heart rate above 100 beats pre minute is reassuring of a viable pregnancy

Thank you so much sir. As per your experience can we expect of a 50% chance that the baby will be fine and pregnancy will lead to a live birth with the partially collapsed gestational sac and low fhr of 103 as the radiologist put a comment of threatened abortion. Really fixating a lot on your reply

Thank you so much sir. As per your experience can we expect of a 50% chance that the baby will be fine and pregnancy will lead to a live birth with the partially collapsed gestational sac and low fhr of 103 as the radiologist put a comment of threatened abortion. Really fixating a lot on your reply. Thanks again sir for your kind advice

At this point you should talk to your doctor who knows you best and can give you the most precise answers.

Sir your experience and knowledge is unprecedented. Thats why i asked if partially collapsed gestational sac with heart beat carry on to have healthy pregnancy