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Posted by: Candice | 2011/01/13

Molar pregnancy

Two months ago i had a molar pregnancy and a missed miscarriage. The one sac was empty and the other sac contained a fetus which died at 7 weeks i was 12 weeks already but didnt know that i had a missed miscarriage.

How does this happen?

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A molar pregnancy occurs when placental tissue overgrows and no fetus forms. It does happen also that the fetus can die and not miscarry and you will then only find out at a scan.

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2011/01/16

A molar pregnancy occurs when placental tissue overgrows and no fetus forms. It does happen also that the fetus can die and not miscarry and you will then only find out at a scan.

Best wishes

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