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What is Anembryonia?

Description of the disease

Anembryonia is a condition where a pregnant woman forms a gestational sac, but the embryo doesn't start developing. As a result, the formation of a fetus is absent.


  • Complete anembryonia
  • Incomplete anembryonia
  • Anembryonia with chorionic bumps


In the early stages of anembryonia, a woman may not experience any symptoms. In later stages, there may be bleeding and pain in the lower abdomen.


The causes of anembryonia may be related to genetic disorders, chromosomal abnormalities, or problems with the immune system.


Diagnosis of anembryonia includes ultrasound examination, analysis of chorionic gonadotropin levels, and other methods.


In most cases, anembryonia requires medical intervention, such as a dilation and curettage procedure to remove the remnants of the gestational sac.


Prevention of anembryonia includes a healthy lifestyle, regular medical check-ups, and maintaining optimal levels of vitamins and minerals.


For the diagnosis and treatment of anembryonia, it is advisable to consult a gynecologist or reproductive health specialist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.