Driving myself crazy waiting and looking for a glimmer of hope. so iam having the same problem s some of you i went in an got an u/c on tues and they said i was about six weeeks and they said they couldnt get a heartbeat so they gave me information about a miscaarage, meanwhile i havent had cramps or even been bleeding an havent had my period in two months.so i went back thursday and did a hcg level and that had a high hormone level and i lso got another ultra sound. Hi i have had to U/S One on the 19th of september n i was susposed to be 7 weeks along but they mearured the sack at 5 weeks.Most dating scans are done with a trans-abdominal transducer and a fullish bladder.If the pregnancy is very early the gestation sac and fetus will not be big enough to see, so the transvaginal approach will give better pictures.Sometimes a trans-vaginal examination shows that your pregnancy is less advanced than expected.The earlier the ultrasound is done, the more accurate it is at estimating the baby's due date.My hcg is 3195 which is classified by my dr mildly normal for 6 wks.Baby measures less than 5.5 wks hcg wld be ok for that gestation.
Have seen my dr today and the scan showed i was 6 weeks and 5 days - but still there was no heartbeat. after searching the internet everything ive come across mentions seeing a heartbeat around 6 weeks so im getting a bit worried?
I am 6 wks and three days past lmp, I had my first ultrasound yesterday and there was only a gestational sack. I have been booked in for an ultrasound in a weeks time and don't know how I'm going to wait that long.
Very distressing though but hoping is possible as hpt only tested positive day 13 post possible ovulation.
For many women, this means you’re 4 weeks at about the time of your missed period, and 6 weeks pregnant about two weeks after your missed period.
This type of dating is based on averages, as many women ovulate about 14 days after the start of their last period, and expect a new period 14 days after ovulation.
Ultrasounds can be used to visually see what development is taking place in the uterus and to measure the progress.