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If gestational sac was intra-uterine then that would confirm a normal pregnancy --NOT ECTOPIC --
So that sounds to be excellent confirmation of this was the case !
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Anthony Bray MD
I was told that presence of a GS did not conform the pregnancy, but rather that the presence of a US within the GS would confirm it. Reason being that the GS is a response of the body to the hormones...and can be present as a pseudosac with an ectopic.