you should not have any spotting if you are pregnant, although some women do and are ok you should see a doctor if you bleed at all you should not have any spotting if you are pregnant, although some women do and are ok you should see a doctor if you bleed at all
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experiments, i would think that scientist would put them in a room and emit sounds at different wave lenghs to see if they respond or if there is a change in their behaviour. but that's just a guess :) also, bats are completely blind and rely on their hearing to navigate. that's where the phrase "blind as a bat" came from.
cephalic means relating to the head usually regarding birth of a baby and the 'heads presentation
i feel my chihuahua is still has one pup she started today at 3pm how long for her to have the last pup?
Starting at week 5 the fetal heart will accelerate at a rate of 3.3 beats per day for the next month.
The fetal heart begins to beat at approximately the same rate as the mothers, which is 80 to 85 bpm. Below illustrates the approximate fetal heart rate for weeks 5 to 9, assuming a starting rate of 80
Week 5 starts at 80 and ends at 103 bpm
Week 6 starts at 103 and ends at 126 bpm
Week 7 starts at 126 and ends at 149 bpm
Week 8 starts at 149 and ends at 172 bpm
At week 9 the fetal heartbeat tends to beat within a range of 155 to 195 bpm.
The fetal heart rate will begin to decrease and generally will fall within the range of 120 to 160 bpm by week 12.
Taken from: http://www.fetalsure.com/fetal-heart.html
A yolk sac is a precursor to a baby, usually yolk sacs are seen at 5 1/2 weeks. A fetal heart is detectable in the 6th week - that is what is a better indicator of having a baby, eventhough it is called an embryo at this point.
To confirm dates if you are unsure or to confirm a viable pregnancy if you are threatening to miscarry. However if you are sure of your dates and not miscarrying, please go to this website. http://www.midwiferytoday.com/articles/ultrasoundwagner.asp So much for Tom Cruise buying one to ensure the health of his baby.
Yes, a baby has a chance at surviving at 28 weeks gestation.
The size of fetus is 4 to 5 mm at 5 weeks pregnancy and about half an inch or 1.25 cm at 7 weeks of pregnancy. Fetus grows by geometrical proportion with time. So you can calculate the size of fetus at 6 weeks by mathematical calculation. Say the size be X mm at six weeks. So you have 4 mm, X mm, 25 mm in the series, So X squred equals to 4*25=100. X is equal to 10. So the size of the fetus will be 10 mm at 6 weeks.
At 6 weeks post-conception, the fetus looks like a little blob - the spinal column has started to stand out and you might make out the eye sockets starting to fold back in. Otherwise, it looks like any vertebrate fetus and is not visually identifiable as human.
My doctor is checking me at 7 weeks because it is usually detectable sometime between 6 1/2 and 7 weeks.
The heart beat should be detected on ultrasound by 7w. - but it depends on the ultrasound machine quality.
If there is no HB by 8w, the doctor will od the labs to see if the hcg levels are increasing. Good luck!
No, I'm sorry if there is no heart beat there will be no baby. By 5 weeks there should be a detectable heart beat, by 6 weeks the heart beat can be heard with a transvaginal ultra sound scan.
If you are not certain when you conceived your doctor should order a blood hCG level with a repeat in about 3 days to determine if the hCG level is rising, a sign of a healthy pregnancy or dropping - a sign of a missed miscarriage.
The cells that have formed will either be absorbed and the lining will shed (much like a heavy period) or your doctor will perform a D & C to gently remove the tissue left in the uterus.
Put a gun to your head and pull the trigger. That will effectively "exterminate" the fetus growing inside of you. I hope this answer helps...
Embryos are genotypically a boy or a girl at the time of conception. The chromosomes they inherit make them either XX(girl) or XY(boy). Because a female is XX, she will always contribute an X chromosome, but because a male has both, X and Y (XY), the male could either contribute an X chromosome or a Y chromosome.
Apparently, in infancy, it is very hard to tell
No, with a Doppler stethoscope it can be heard at approx. 8-10 weeks in a thin woman.An ultrasound machine can see the fetal heart at 6-8 weeks depending on the qualiity of the machine. The fetal heart is way to small to feel early in the pregnancy, in fact, it cannot even be felt at full term.
You probably won't feel your baby kick until around week 16 and 22, even though the baby has been moving since week 7 or 8. You may have already witnessed these movements during an ultrasound. This is often felt as a fluttering feeling or a grasshopper walking across your belly during the first movements.
I have to say if you have not m/c it is likely that the 8 week u/s just did not detect a hb. Plainly said, growth happens at an alarming rate during the first trimester and its possible that you just didn't see that heart rate at your 8wk because it wasn't ready yet. You also need to take in account the possibility of error in fetal age if you didn't know your exact ovulation or LMP.
You can see the babies heartbeat but not hear it at this point i saw my babies heart beat at 7wks 3days Hey-
Last time I was pregnant, I heard my babys heartbeat at 5 week. It was beating at 180 beats per minuite. It was magical. Good luck!
A vaginal ultrasound can tell how far along you are. Also a blood test for HCG quants will tell also. Consult your doctor or clinic. It doesn't matter whether or not you have a vaginal ultrasound or one on the abdomen ultrasound is a very good way of seeing how far along you are in pregnancy and making sure that the fetus is developing accordingly if they see any problems in the development they will want to run more tests hope this helps you , Good Luck and God Bless!!!
The earliest a doctor can get a baby's heartbeat on a Doppler inside the womb is 9 weeks... any earlier and it might not be able to be heard! Hope this helps... on the flip side you should take into account your size. If you are smaller it might happen sooner and if you are larger than it may happen a little later.
It's possible, though not likely. 85% of women can see the heartbeat flicker on the u/s at 5-6 weeks, although some women with a higher body mass index cannot. Do not give up hope until your HcG levels have been measured by the doc. Good luck.
Your baby is approximately 18 inches and 5 1/2 pounds. View : http://3dpregnancy.parentsconnect.com/calendar/35-weeks-pregnant.html for more information.