It means the the pelvic ultrasound found no free fluid in the pelvis that might indicate a ruptured cyst or ectopic pregnancy. It's good news.
An ectopic pregnancy is a uncommon pregnancy in which the pregnancy occurs outside of the womb. Most of the time the fetus (newborn) will not be able to develop and survive.
Minimal free fluid means not very much fluid outside the vessels.
no it is not the indication of pregnancy. please consult specialist.
It means that there is enough fluid so that the baby can continue to grow and live inside of you. Drink lots of water to help improve your amniotic fluid level.
No, "foamy" fluid discharge after intercourse is from the mixture of fluids, which the vagina naturally discharges.
It could mean that your waters are beginning to break, so you should be checked by a doctor or midwife.
Yes, there's still a risk of pregnancy if that's what you mean.
An accumulation of watery fluid in cells, mild and benign as in pregnancy or pronged standing in the elderly
Well, not having your period could mean that you're pregnant but you probably know that. Other signs of pregnany are: -your body excretes a whitish-fluid called Projestorone- otherwise known as "Pregnancy Fluid" -best is to go to the gynaecologist, pregnancy can be deteced in a urine sample
There was a very high tide.
If you are not towards the end of pregnancy or have not been pregnant recently you need to see a doctor.
Not sure what water you are talking about and I see the question was asked in May so maybe you already got the answer. If you know there's water outside the womb that means you have been to a doctor and he must be able to answer this since he saw it.AnswerNot sure what you mean but water inside the womb during pregnancy is called amniotic fluid.
Pregnancy and fluid in the ears are unrelated to the best of my knowledge. The fluid is caused by a build up in the sinuses, after a cold or sinus allergy. It can cause dizziness, pain and infection if it does not drain on it's own.
That's brakes, check your fluid level.
what does red mean on a pregnancy test
If it did that before the fluid was done moving through it, it doen't mean anything, it was negative.
What you're experiencing is edema - that's when excess fluid collects in your tissue. It's normal to have a certain amount of swelling during pregnancy because you're retaining more water. Changes in your blood chemistry also cause some fluid to shift into your tissue.
It could mean a pregnancy without complications or risks. Another way of saying it is a "normal" pregnancy or "low risk" pregnancy.
weak pregnancy blood test mean the pregnancy is liable to abort
Since I have to assume you are seeing an ultrasound...the answer is no...it is not a nonviable pregnancy...in early pregnancy the conceptus in a horse is a circular ball that looks black in the center because it is fluid filled...as the conceptus changes into an embryo and subsequently a fetus it be comes white because the tissue is hyper-echoic (white) as opposed to hypo-echoic (black) fluid.
Some possibilities are incorrect dates, multiple pregnancy, or a condition causing the uterus to contain more fluid. You probably have an ultrasound scheduled soon, and that will give the information you need.
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Yes, as long as its not a large amount, have a foul odor or strange color. Speak to your obgyn to make sure. Later in pregnancy it could mean you could be leaking amniotic fluid.