Asked in Fetal DevelopmentUltrasounds
When do doctors schedule the first pregnant ultrasound?
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If your pregnant when do you have your first scan?
Asked in Ultrasounds
When should you get your first ultrasound when you are pregnant?
When do you go to first doctor visit when pregnant?
Asked in Ultrasounds, Pregnancy
What week do you need to see the doctor when pregnant?
You should schedule an appointment as soon as you find out. Sometimes it takes a while to get in to a doctor. Start shopping around with doctors. Make sure you feel 100% comfortable with your doctor and you are going to be comfortable and trust them when you are delivering. They will do the first prenatal checkup routine, take blood, ask you a bunch of questions and possibly, but not likely, have an ultrasound.
How months are you pregnant if you mis your period for a month?
Asked in Labor and Birth, Doctors
Do doctors know the exact day someone gets pregnant?
Doctors can not tell the exact day you get pregnant but they can get pretty close. You're first ultra-sound will always be the most accurate ultrasound. When I found out I was pregnant, I had an ultrasound and they confirmed I was around 6weeks and 2 days pregnant. They can tell this by how the baby is developing. Once you get further along, it gets harder to tell because you're babies body is almost grown but it's there organs that are finishing development. Answer No the doctors don't know the same day you get pregnant you have to wait around 2 or 3 weeks to go and get a check up when you feel some weard symptoms which are diddyness,throwing up,and tiredness and you don't get your period anymore you miss your period........so no you have to wait around 2 or 3 weeks to ask the doctor
When do you tell people you are pregnant?
Asked in Pregnancy Tests, Doctors
How soon can doctors find out if you are pregnant?
Asked in First Trimester
When should you go for your first pregnancy doctors visit?
Asked in Pregnancy, Ultrasounds, Fetal Development
When do you have your first ultrasound?
If you are pregnant most OBs will do a "beginning" ultrasound around 8-10 weeks to confirm pregnancy and to date the pregnancy. Then around 18-20 weeks they do the "Big" Ultrasound and they look at the features, the Heartrate, and other things to determine the health of the fetus. This is also the ultrasound where you can possibly find out the babies sex should you want to...
Asked in Ultrasounds
What to eat before an abdominal ultrasound?
You are not supposed to eat for 6-8 hours before the test, otherwise you will be rescheduled. Be sure to schedule your ultrasound first thing in the morning so you don't have to starve all day. I have never heard that you mustn't eat prior to a pregnancy ultrasound and certainly the website makes no mention of it. If an early ultrasound is being performed the bladder should be full to enable the uterus to be seen more clearly, but other than this no regimen is necessary. ****I am not the person(s) or related to the person(s) who answered the first two paragraphs. Not every abdominal ultrasound is for pregnancies - there are many other reasons. For those of you (especially men.....lol) who aren't pregnant, NOTHING TO EAT OR DRINK AFTER MIDNIGHT.
I have an ultrasound scheduled on the 30th of this month if I am pregnant would they be able to see anything on the ultrasound even though it is only two weeks after ovulation?
If you were pregnant the developing embryo would be about the size of the head of a pin. The embryo is not the first sign of pregnancy found on ultrasound; the yolk sac shows up long before the embryo is visible. The yolk sac can't be seen uon ultrasound until at least four weeks after the last period.
You are 6 weeks and 3 days since your last period how soon will an ultrasound show a positive for being pregnant?
Asked in Periods while Pregnant
If you are 8 to 9 weeks pregnant and had a period on Jan 3 when do you think you got pregnant?
Asked in Pregnancy, Conception Dates
When did you get pregnant if you are twenty five weeks and two days?
It depends on how you're counting. Doctors determine how far along you are by the beginning date of your last menstrual period (LMP). They then usually follow up this estimation by a dating ultrasound, which gives a more accurate reading of how far along you are. For example, when I got pregnant, I estimated my LMP at February 15th. In mid-April, I discovered I was pregnant, and a few weeks after my first obstetrician's appointment I had an ultrasound, which said that I was 12 weeks along. I then simply counted back 12 weeks from that point and estimated that I got pregnant sometime around March 10th. So if you're 25 weeks pregnant, count back 25 weeks.
Asked in Women's Health, Medical Technologies
You were 16 weeks pregnant your ultrasound said that the baby size was 18 weeks which one should you do by?
Asked in Ultrasounds, Showing During Pregnancy
Can you get an ultrasound done to tell weather your pregnant or not?