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I am 9 weeks pregnant scan says im 7 weeks pregnant.baby heart beat is good.Is this a serious problem. My baby is healthy or notmiscarriage will happen.Will ultrasound often affect baby?
Ultrasounds are not invasive at all and will not harm you or your baby. If your baby measures 7 weeks but you think you are 9 weeks it could be a number of things. First off, every baby grows at their own pace and 2 weeks won't make much of a difference in the end. Also, it's not exact science. You can only guess when your egg was fertilized. There is no way to be sure the exact date of implantation. I wouldn't worry about it. I'm sure your baby is healthy. Just take the best care of yourself and it should stay that way.
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If you are 9 weeks pregnant can you see the baby and here the baby's heart beat on your first ultrasound?
Answer . \nwe had to wait until we was 4 months before we were able to here the baby's heart beat.
What does it mean if the doctor did an ultrasound and said there is a baby with a heart beat but that it just looks like a clutter of cells and your 7 weeks?
Answer . \nThat is what it looks like at 7 weeks, a clutter of cells, but this is when the heart starts beating so trust your doctor.
Im sure im 5 weeks pregnant not 7 and i had 2 ultrasound they both show sac but no baby is it too early to see the first 1 was at 3 weeks and then at 5 but according to the doctor im 7 weeks?
Answer . \nIf you are 7 weeks from your last period, you are seven weeks pregnant, 3 weeks pregnant is before you miss a period and you would not have a scan then.\n. \nI…f you are seven weeks and there is no sign of a fetal pole it appears that the embryo may not have developed and you will miscarry soon, I am sorry..
Answer . yes, you can see the child at 4 weeks, granted they look like a little dot, they are there.
Answer . It might be or not som babys got different heart beats, but you need to see the doctor. Starting at week 5 the fetal heart will accelerate at a rate of 3.3 beats …per day for the next month.. The fetal heart begins to beat at approximately the same rate as the mothers, which is 80 to 85 bpm. Below illustrates the approximate fetal heart rate for weeks 5 to 9, assuming a starting rate of 80. Week 5 starts at 80 and ends at 103 bpm. Week 6 starts at 103 and ends at 126 bpm. Week 7 starts at 126 and ends at 149 bpm. Week 8 starts at 149 and ends at 172 bpm. At week 9 the fetal heartbeat tends to beat within a range of 155 to 195 bpm.. The fetal heart rate will begin to decrease and generally will fall within the range of 120 to 160 bpm by week 12
You are 8 weeks pregnant and had a ultrasound last week when you were 7 weeks they couldn't see the baby Is it normal not to see the baby in a 7 week ultrasound?
It is possible that your health care provider will be able to detect your pregnancy on an ultrasound as early as your fifth or sixth week of pregnancy. However, the sac contai…ning your baby and its heart is so small at this stage that it will probably be difficult to detect. Sometime around the 8th week of pregnancy is the best time to start being able to see your baby on an ultrasound.
I am 9 weeks pregnant but scan says im 7 weeks pregnant.baby heart beat is good.Is this a serious problem.my baby is healthy or notmiscarriage will happen.Will ultrasound often affect baby?
u should ask a doctor. Answer . Ultrasound works on soundwaves not radiation so it is harmless. In high risk pregnancies, you have up to one ultrasound a week. To be fair…, the studies are inconclusive because people haven't done studies on this really. But everything I've read and when I talked to my doctors, there is not problem. Now XRAYS during pregnancy are a nono. They have radiation and that isn't good in the early stages of pregnancy. If you break an arm it is unavoidable. I had an ultrasound nearly every week from the 30-38th week. I have a healthy baby girl who is perfect.
no it can but its not good bec you can go into premiter labor and then the baby will not have a chance to finsh growing just don't stress to much i am 4 months and just 2 week…s i stop stressing and it won't hurt the baby
Well to be honest with you honey, it may be. I went a couple of weeks back to get an u/s because I was spotting and they checked and I got to hear the heartbeat it was beautif…ul that being said I was 6 weeks and 4 days. It all depends on the type of machine they used if it was a vaginal one it can detect heartbeat really early but with the u/s they do on the stomach they would not be able to. I mean with me the nurse told me that at my next appointment they can use the other u/s equip on my stomach. I am praying for you no matter what happens.
Yes it's there around week 5-6.
A fetal heart rate is much higher than an adult's heart rate. A neonate (newborn) and infant's heart rate is also much higher than an adult's heart rate. A low heart rate or a… dropping heart rate is a significant finding in fetal health. It's very important to ask your doctor or nurse any question about you or your baby's health. Message Boards are generally not answered by professionals in health care (doctors or nurses) and you could easily be given wrong information. Here is one article about fetal heart rates: http://miscarriage.about.com/od/immediatemedicalconcerns/qt/normalfetalhr.htm
You can start to hear the babies heartbeat through ultrasound as soon as 6 weeks
You have to take a ultrasound.
the baby's heartbeat is too low, you should go to the doctor and have them check it. The normal heartbeat for a baby at 8 weeks is 90-110 beats per minute.
Your babys heartbeat is heard very early on with a doppler, you don't have to have an ultrasound. My daughters was heard at 8 weeks, so probably yours would be audible too.
In Feb i had a miscarriage and now pregnant again i had a scan last week which was fine baby has a great heart beat and im 8 weeks now is there less chance now of miscarrying again?
I got pregnant a month after a miscarriage. I asked my doctor about risks because it was so soon. She told me that if we could get a heartbeat the risks were considerably less…. Just to be sure, you should still ask your doctor, though.