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Embryo Heart Beat
I am 7w4d pregnant.My gsac is greater in comparison to embryo.Heart beat is present and normal. Is there anything to worry about? Help me?
I had two miscarriages at 7 weeks due to small sac and embryo with no heart beat tell me reasons so that my next pregnancy would be safe. Madiha?
Found small structure in uterus in7 week along with one healthy embryo with good heart beat could it b a vanishing twin?
Yes: You should definitely have a follow-up ultrasound soon. Check with your OB as to when. Don't be surprised if you have a little spotting. ...Read more
Fetal heart rates: Are much higher than adults or kids. ...Read more
???: Once u are 6-7 weeks def by 7 weeks a htbeat should be seen on us so if u are that far and no htbeat then the preg is not viable, if u are early u will see a sac and yolk sac but no htbeat yet cause u are too early and that fetus will grow and by 7 weeks u should see a htbeat. ...Read more
Can you still miscarry the fetus if you hear a heart beat of 143 at seven weeks one day and were measuring exactly right?
Yes: Miscarriages can occur at any time in the first trimester due to most likely genetic malformations. ...Read more
Fast/slow/none: Assessing the fetal heart is a bit problematic. Since they are isolated inside the bag of waters, we are limited to detecting rate as fast/ slow/ normal or none. Various factors can lead to various rate changes. The fetal heart is usually beating much fast ; 130-160/min are routine. Stress can speed or slow the rate. When checking newborns, I have never had one with fibrillation in 3 decades. ...Read more
I went at 16 weeks and they had trouble finding the fetus heart beat is this normal or should I be worried I bought a heartbeat monitor & nothing ($24?
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