Usually after your missed period. By then, the embryo should have implanted.
Baby is fine. The Ultrasound is more accurate at estimating your term at 5.5 weeks, since you may not have gotten pregnant just after your period. The estimate of weeks is based on the baby's size and development. Unless the technician stated otherwise, the baby is fine. Actually, predicting the exact date of conception and birth is not an exact science, and can't be, since there are other factors that go into gestation.
You have two due dates...one accourding to your last period and one accourding to the size of the child on the ultrasound...i think the ultrasound one is more accurate
When should you get your first ultrasound when you are pregnant?
Yes it is quite comman for there to be a difference in the ultra sound and the persons calculations, often the person is correct.
An ultrasound technician, for one. Doctors should be qualified to work with the ultrasound machinery.
It's possible. You should take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period
You should be given an Estimated Date of Delivery (EDD) from both your last period AND the ultrsound, and they should match. If the ultrsound date is 2 weeks later than the period date it may be that you ovulated late in that cycle. The due dates for my pregnancies changed several times or more during the nine months. I'd follow the latest due date and you'll be so happy at the end if he/she arrives early. :)
Should not have an affect on the ultrasound.
You should probably take a pregnancy test chances are that you are pregnant.
Book an appointment to see you doctor!! You should probably have an ultrasound scan to see what's happening.
You should consult the gynaecologist. She will take proper history, will do physical examination. She may do few blood tests including the ultrasound examination. You should get the menstruation in due course.
It's possible, so you should always use protection unless you're trying to get pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period.
If there is no heartbeat by 8 weeks then you should schedule an ultrasound to make sure the baby is healthy. If you already had an ultrasound then chances are you might miscarry. There is no medical treatment to keep you from miscarrying, and it isn't your fault in anyway if that is the case so don't blame yourself and keep trying.
well it depends if your dog was having her period and they did it right there should be a chance that the dog is pregnant if she did not have her period she will not get pregnant but if she is having her period she will not have puppies if she does not have her period and has sex she is doing it for fun but do not force it on your dog
Spotting is okay, but period bleeding is bad and if that is your case, you should see a doctor right away.
Depends on the ultrasound - some you have to drink a lot of fluids and others you must fast. If you are having an ultrasound done you should be told what is expected of you for preparing.
Well we just went to see the doctor about my fiance who according to her last period should be roughly 16 weeks along. The doctor said she was showing signs of being more like 20 weeks. My fiance's last period was late and light, and on further thought could quite possibly have been a false one. The doctor said when we go back for the ultrasound next month that we would be able to tell more accurately what the actual age was.
On a trans-vaginal ultrasound the embryo and sac should be visible.
because ultrasound is more safer than audible sound.
uh...you aren't supposed to get your period at all while you're pregnant. So if you're having one, you should see a doctor
The technologist performing the ultrasound should consult with a radiologist or other physician if any questionable results appear.
One may purchase used ultrasound machines from the suppliers "Used Ultrasound" and "Medcorp". It should be noted that they sell these to businesses and not individuals.
In general, no aftercare related to the abdominal ultrasound procedure itself is required.
Yes, you could. However, the chances are low. If you miss your period you should take a pregnancy test.