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External ultrasounds can only detect pregnancy when you are more than about 5-6 weeks wereas if you have an internel ultrasound they can detect pregnancy from as early as 4weeks. In answer to your question you are either not as far gone as originally thort and would have to have a internal ultrasound to dertimine/detect pregnancy or you are just not pregnant.

AnswerI'm suprised that they wouldn't tell you when you got it done. The fetus at that age is so small its very possible that you could not see it. Or you are not as far along as you thought and it was just a yolk sack.

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You could see a heartbeat if they do a transvaginal ultrasound.

I was 6 weeks pregnant and it showed on the ultrasound the little heart beat. its was so cute!

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.

Usually there isn't a lot of anything at 4 weeks, but the ultrasound tech might be able to see a tiny gestational sac, and be able to tell you if the pregnancy is ectopic or not.

The only sure way of knowing you are pregnant with twins is by ultrasound. An ultrasound at 8 weeks would show if you were carrying a multiple pregnancy.

I think I was 8 or 9 weeks when I had my first Dr. appt. and ultrasound. They have a heart beat at 5 weeks.

nothing, you just cant see it yet wait till it gets bigger

Around 5 weeks you can see the gestational sac.

Well I had an ultrasound at 5.5 weeks and it wasn't able to pick up very well so I had to have a transvaginal. It should be able to see it but not very well. Drs recommend waiting until 6 weeks for ultrasound.

It would be crazy to see any heartbeat at five weeks.

ultrasound is more accurate. Measurments of the fetus are made during ultasound that give a more accurate gestational age

To the untrained eye, probably not. Most people can't see anything in an ultrasound pic. Later on in pregnancy though, that 4 weeks can show a lot of differences.

Yes and No. The baby's heartbeat does not start beating until about 6weeks. But the ultrasound show show a very small sac & form. Its best to wait until after 6 weeks.

As soon as the embryo or fetus can be seen on ultrasound. Around 5-10 weeks a embryo, or fetus at 10 weeks, can be detected on an ultrasound and can show if the baby is in utero or if it's eptopic.

No. Typically it takes somewhere between 3 and 5 weeks after a missed period for it to show up on an ultrasound.

yes, i had a doctor tell me that an ultrasound will not show a pregnancy until 5 weeks. that is not a fact but just what i was told. when i was pregnant the ultrasound lady had a hard time seeing my baby and i was 5 weeks, i had to go back the next week and she saw the baby perfect.

That happens sometimes. As the pregnancy progresses, the clincial picture will become clearer.

My doc recommends at least 6 weeks and 3 days and even so it's early...Would try at 7-8 weeks

No. They usually do an ultra sound and that will show the fetus.Yes, during the first few weeks of pregnancy, the embryo is so small that it is hard to see, even with an ultrasound.The heartbeat is usually visible in an ultrasound after 7 weeks gestation.

Yes, a pelvic ultrasound may not be able to detect a pregnancy for weeks after conception. Urine pregnancy tests are the typical first step in diagnosing pregnancy.

Same as when an u/s would be able to see anything. 5 weeks at the earliest. So you'd have to get blood work to check the hcg and see if it doubles the way it should.

A transvaginal ultrasound will show a fetus with a heartbeat as early as six weeks gestation (four weeks from conception.) Before that, all you may see is an egg sac. Routine ultrasounds are done around twenty weeks gestation to check the heart, spine, and other body functions.

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