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Chances Of Miscarriage After Hearing Heartbeat
I am 14 weeks i heard heartbeat at 10 weeks i go friday for checkup what are chances of miscarriage after hearing the heartbeat. I am nervous?
Slim, about 5%: The chance of miscarriage after documenting a normal heartbeat of the baby is low, less than 5%. But, it's still possible. By 14 weeks, if everything is progressing normally you are pretty much out of the miscarriage window! good luck! everything should be fine! ...Read more
If the fetus: was visualized sonographically with cardiac activity at 173bpm, there is no miscarriage. It won't increase or decrease the chance of subsequent miscarriage, however. ...Read more
I heard baby's heart beat at 9 w 1 day .It was 173 bpm.I am 12 weeks today.Wat are the chances of miscarriage after hearing a strong heart beat.
After hearing fetal heart beat and heart beat is above 130 at 7wks what does miscarriage chance drop to?
Can't predict: Hearing a heartbeat means the fetus is alive when the heartbeat is heard. This does not necessarily mean that the risk of a miscarriage is significantly decreased. On the other hand if a heart beat isn't present then miscarriage becomes much more possible or probable. Not sure what the actual miscarriage rate is. ...Read more
What are the chances of miscarriage after seeing a heartbeat of 131 at 6 weeks 5 days when the embryo isn't growing properly only at 6 weeks 2 days?
Low: Actually a fetal pole measuring 6 weeks 2 days when you are 6 weeks 5 days pregnant is fine. Babies come in all sizes -plus or minus 5 days measurement (ahead or behind) is fine. Also not everyone has 28 day cycles and if you did not ovulate on day 14 of your cycle, dates may be measuring a little off. Were you told this was abnormal, because I do not think it is, unless i missing facts. ...Read more
What are the chances of miscarriage after heartbeat is heard on ultrasound at 8 weeks? I've had one previous early miscarriage and no live births.
No telling: Miscarriage can still occur -- you need closer follow up with your obgyn. ...Read more
Pregnancy: The presence of a normal heart rate at 9 weeks reduces the risk of miscarriage. Most studies show that the presence of a normal fetal heart rate decreases the risk of micarriage to 3 to 5% (as compared to 15-20% before seeing a fetal heart rate.) there are a number of factors that can impact the risk of miscarriage, and good prenatal care is critical to improve the chances of success. ...Read more
Scared to have a miscarriage. Scared i'm going to go to the dr a d find no heartbeat. What are the chances? I'm 7w 3d and had a mc in sept.
U need to go: At 7 wks should be able to see a htbeat , u need to know everything is ok or not, after only 1 prev miscarriage your chances of a 2nd one are no greater than anyone else, if u have a 2nd one - hopefully not then your chances for a 3rd go up more. ...Read more
At 9.5 weeks with twins, heartbeats were 167 and babies are 2.7cm & 3cm. At this point, what are the chances of miscarrying one or both twins?
Chances are lower: Obviously twins are a higher risk for complications than a single gestation but with 2 very healthy heartbeats you certainly can breathe somewhat easier. Your OB will go over with you risks of twins at the various gestational ages but i would try to relax at this point. ...Read more