You should really ask your doctor about this. The doctor would be able to tell you because they know your past pregnancies or misscarriages (if any) as well as how healthy you and the baby are right now. Don't worry. Good luck and God Bless:) After 8 weeks pregnant the chances of a miscarriage fall considerably.
Ive heard once there is a heartbeat the chances of miscarraige go way down.
If you have an ultrasound at 9 weeks and there is no heartbeat detected, that means your pregnancy isn't viable and you're having a miscarriage. But if you're talking about not being able to hear the heartbeat via Doppler at 9 weeks I wouldn't worry too much as sometimes dopplers can't pick up a heartbeat until around 14 weeks.
When you have a miscarriage it can be like that. The embryo just dies and wont come out and you have no symptoms. To get it out you will either be given medication to start cramps or they will give you a D&C and scrape the uterus.
I've read that it decreases to 3% after heartbeat is strong and detected at (or around) 8 weeks.
If there is no heartbeat on the ultrasound at 16 weeks it has most likely been a miscarriage.
No. 6 weeks at the earliest This answer is inaccurate. The earliest I have heard it picked up is at 5 1/2 weeks. It is very difficult to pick up on a vaginal ultrasound, and may not be an accurate heartbeat rate, but it is possible for a heartbeat to be located and heard earlier than 6 weeks.
i was 10 weeks and heard a heartbeat but some women can hear it before then
Yes you can have a miscarriage at 4 weeks I have hade a miscarriage at 2 weeks.
A baby's heartbeat can generally been seen on an ultrasound at about 7 weeks into the pregnancy. A fetal heartbeat can be heard through a stethoscope between 8 and 12 weeks.
Yes - I was able to hear my child's heartbeat at 5 weeks gestation.
At 8 weeks I heard my baby's heartbeat..., but at 14 1/2 wks I saw it on an ultrasound. :) Hope this helps!
A baby's heartbeat may not be heard until the 10th week of pregnancy. A baby's heartbeat can usually be found by using an ultrasound.
An ultrasound at 6 weeks should show a fetal heartbeat, if there was a fetal heartbeat you're not miscarrying.. It's probable you estimated your due date wrong.
It is not normal,the baby might be dead already inside.have it checked by the doctor.At 6 weeks,heartbeat can be already heard by a fetoscope or an ultrasound.
If you seek abortion and is between 6-14 weeks or if you had a miscarriage and not everything came out.
The fetal heartbeat can be heard with a fetal scope between 22 and 24 weeks. Most home use fetal dopplers can detect the heartbeat at 12-15 weeks. Clinical level fetal doppler machines that your doctor uses can usually hear the heartbeat between 6-8 weeks.
With a doctors "listener" it can be heard. I wouldn't say loud and clear, but it's possible it could be loud and clear, depends on the woman and the baby.AnswerYes I heard my babys heartbeat at 9 weeks pregnant with a at home fetal monitor. AnswerA vaginal ultra sound can detect a heartbeat as soon as 6 weeks gestation but more commonly at 7-8 weeks. The fetal Doppler used on the outside of your belly should pick up a heartbeat at 12 weeks clearly. AnswerA fetal heartbeat can be heard as early as 8-10 weeks pregnant using a good fetal Doppler such as one rented from Tummy Tickles or a company like that. AnswerYes it can be heard. I had an ultrasound at 7 weeks and heart it perfectly and then again at 9 weeks on a Doppler in the doctors office.
Yes you can. I have. 20 weeks and everything before is considered miscarriage. Anything after 20 weeks is a stillbirth. I lost a girl at 19weeks 5days, she was 6.5 in long and weighed 8 oz. I lost a boy at 22weeks and he was 1lb 1oz.
Correction: The babies heartbeat can be heard with the bell end of a standard stethoscope at or around 20 weeks or 5 months...not 4 months.
The fetal heartbeat can be heard by the 12th week. You should have a Doppler scan for the heartbeat far before 20 weeks.
the only chance of miscarriage is if you are cramping and bleeding and see blood clot--miscarriage has nothing to do with breast tenderness--like you said you seen the heartbeat that mean you and your baby are fine and healthy..... congrat..and best of luck
Sometimes the baby turns and causes you not to be able to hear the heartbeat.
Yes, the heart begins beating by 6 weeks. I saw my son's heart beating for the first time at 7 weeks, and heard it on the Doppler at 11.
It could be a missed miscarriage.
According to a 2008 study published in the journal, Obstetrics & Gynecology, miscarriage risk falls rapidly with advancing gestation. The researchers studied miscarriage rates of 697 women and found that the risk of miscarriage at 6 weeks gestation was 9.4%. At 7 weeks gestation, the risk of miscarriage fell to 4.2%, and at 8 weeks of gestation, it fell to 1.5%. The overall miscarriage rate for this group of women was 1.6% (11 of the 697 women miscarried at some point during their pregnancies). This study involved women who did not have any symptoms of miscarriage when they were first enrolled in the study, and where evidence of fetal heartbeat was seen via ultrasound during their first prenatal visit (the first visit took place between week 6 and week 11 gestation). So, if you have seen a fetal heartbeat on the ultrasound, and if you are not experiencing any symptoms of a miscarriage (i.e. heavy cramping, bleeding), then your risk of miscarriage is likely to be similar to the women in this study.