my step sister had a baby and she had her first ultra sound at 2 months so yes i believe it's still early. Actually I had an Ultrasound done at 5 weeks and 5 days. They were able to see the sac, baby and pick up the heart beat at 122 bpm. So no, it it not too early to get an ultrasound.
can a vaginal ultrasound miss a early pregnancy
well, i seen the flicker on a monitor, which is the baby's heartbeat..and I'm seven weeks.
It's developed around week 6 but you can usually see it by ultrasound around week 8.
At 6 wks pregnant, on ultrasound, you can see the gestational sac ( the home of the baby). Unless you have an endovag ultrasound, then you can see a very small fetal pole and a small heart beat. It is very hard to see anything at that early of pregnancy.
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 containing 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.
It can be one of two things either you are not far enough along for the baby to appear on ultrasound or you have miscarried, which in that case you would have been made aware of when they did the ultrasound.
the baby will show up on the ultrasounf from as early as one month.
A Doppler is a higher power than a regular ultrasound and is not routinely used in the first trimester. A ultrasound is used early in the pregnancy to protect the baby.
You can see on the ultrasound sometimes