If you had an early ultrasound, say around the middle of September it is probably accurate and you were having a long cycle.
It is possible, yes. After your first ultrasound, the doctor can estimate an exact date for you. Congratulations!
No, but your due date can
i would go with what the ultrasound says as it is almost 100% accurate.
Generally, no. Pregnant women do not have menstrual cycles.
Yes, that is possible. You can still have a period while pregnant, thought it usually looks like spotting or gets lighter. You could have also conceived while on your period. I hope I helped!
If you do not remember the date of your last period you can have an ultrasound to determine your due date. More than one ultrasound throughout your pregnancy may be required because ultrasounds are not always accurate. They could be out as little as a couple of days by a matter of weeks.
There would be no gestational sac visible @ 3 weeks. YES At 5 weeks 3 days pregnant by ultrasound, you conceived 3 weeks 3 days earlier.
Yes, I was on my menstrual cycle. I informed the tech and he said that it could still be done.
yes. anyone can conceive at any time as long as there is an egg present with a sperm.
If you have been told from an early ultrasound that you are due June 24th your likely conception date is around 1st October. If however you are working from your last period then it is likely to be a week earlier as you have a short cycle. (englishangel)
my ultrasound said that my last period was nov25 could it be right
You could be lactose intolerant.. or it could just be period pain.. or gas?? if in doubt the doctor is the best bet - just in case u need an ultrasound you don't need an ultrasound...it's like your sick or anything.
Not really. Babies grow at pretty precise rates and therefore conception is pretty easy to answer at this early in your pregnancy. You are more likely to have your dates mixed up or that you conceived at a different time than you thought. Yes the date could be off a bit but ultrasound dates are usually pretty clear and accurate on dating embryos. Its all down to the measurements taken of the embryo and last period etc, that give a estimate of the conception date. When an ultrasound shows you are 7 weeks pregnant it actually means you are 5 weeks from conception. Pregnancy is on average 40 weeks from the start of the last period. This is because in the days before ultrasound this was the only date we knew. You don't actually conceive until 2 weeks after this date.
If you have a good Dr.,, I would say almost straight away... I have an EXTREMELY irregular period and when I was pregnant with my daughter I hadn't had my period for like 5 months although when they did an ultrasounds they told me I was only 5 weeks along... Naturally they did an intrauterine ultrasound on me because it gives them a better look at what they knew could be a very small baby and it was... she was a peanut lol... an intrauterine ultrasound is exactly what it sounds like... it is a ultrasound device but it is on a long stick-thingie... they have to do the ultrasound by placing the ultrasound device, instead of on your belly, on your cervix... it doesn't hurt.. I could barely feel it...On the flip side... if the Dr. is not looking for a pregnancy, say he was giving you an ultrasound for another reason, I imagine a very early pregnancy since it it something so teeny could be missed...Greenidparalegal
yes you could be pregnant but its unlikely because of the normal period. do a pregnancy test.
Conception dates do not depend on the length of your period. Your due date is based on the first day of your last period. Your baby was actually conceived about 2 weeks later.
It depends if you were five weeks pregnant or five weeks from conception. If five weeks pregnant you conceived around 18 May, if five weeks from conception you conceived around 4 May. If you could see a heartbeat you were 5 weeks from conception.
I understand what you are saying when you say messuring, they messure the sac and it calculates what the size is to get the age of the sac/fetus.
You could see a heartbeat if they do a transvaginal ultrasound.
this could be normal. it can take up to 6 or 8 weeks for a fetal heartbeat to show up with a vaginal ultrasound.
Ultrasound gives an estimate of the age of the foetus. At this stage of the pregnancy, it's quite accurate, but it's still only an estimate, and the date of conception could be a few days, even a week, away from the date 19 weeks and 2 days ago.
You start counting the weeks from the first day of your last period. So if you miss a period you count it as 4 weeks even though you only conceived 2 weeks before. This is because in the old days women didn't know when they conceived and had no tests or anything so could only count from the monthly period. Term is now counted as 37-40 completed weeks from the last period.
Yes it's possible. And to everyone saying you can't have a period when you're pregnant..WRONG