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Hello, I am an OB/GYN and can help you with this. It sounds like you need answers. It would not be typical for a sac to just disappear without any signs of miscarriage. Even though you had lots of mucus discharge, you didn't have any blood, so that is not consistent with a miscarriage. If you have a severely tilted uterus, it can sometimes be VERY difficult to see a pregnancy that is there (this has happened to me...I looked once and thought I didn't see anything and then 2 weeks later I looked again and there was a 12 week baby, so something was there all along, it was just difficult to see). It can be difficult with both transvaginal and transabdominal ultrasound to see. My advice is to go to your OB/GYN and get a blood pregnancy test since all of your home pregnancy tests have been negative to confirm that you are pregnant, and then you need to have an ultrasound, both transvaginal and transabdominal to determine what is going on if you are pregnant. Good luck!
In looking at the pictures, it is difficult to tell which way your uterus is tilted. A transvaginal ultrasound would show that best. But just from these pictures, it looks like you have a normally positioned uterus. If there is a gestational sac there, it is very, very small and I don't it or see a yolk sac or a fetal pole. In this picture, I don't see a definitive sac, so either you are not pregnant or you are very early in your pregnancy--like if you became pregnant in May. If you had a miscarriage, you wouldn't see anything at all, not even a sac. Getting the labwork and another ultrasound will clear things up greatly!
It would be very unlikely to have a miscarriage without bleeding so I think either you are very, very early pregnant or you were not pregnant when you did that ultrasound. If there is no sac, then I wouldn't expect you to have any bleeding unless it was your period. If you missed your period this month, you may have gotten pregnant later than you thought and are earlier than you expected. We don't really see a gestational sac/yolk sca until 4-5 weeks and no fetal pole with heartbeat until about 6 weeks, so you could have been to early. You will have a better idea of what is going on once you get bloodwork and another ultrasound.
Hello, I am just following up on your questions and to find out if you have had any repeat lab work and/or ultrasound and have more information about what may be going on.