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Is it possible to not see the heartbeat at 7 weeks endovaginally?

Is it possible to not see the heartbeat at 7 weeks endovaginally?

POSSIBLE: It is possible not to hear heartbeat @ 7 weeks if: wrong dates or technical difficulty. If you have no symptoms of miscarriage then a repeat ultrasound in 1-2 weeks may give you the answer. ...Read more

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Is it ok if we can't see the heartbeat at 4 months?

Is it ok if we can't see the heartbeat at 4 months?

No: Sometimes months can be confusing or even wrong. The real question is the size of gestation and has there been a hb earlier? Fetal heart motion should be seen by 6 weeks, if dates accurate. If there has been positive diagnosis of preg for 4 months and still no hb, that would be of concern. ...Read more

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5w6d based on scan.. no heartbeat nor baby yet.. will i be able to see it on the 7th or wait till the 8th?

5w6d based on scan.. no heartbeat nor baby yet.. will i be able to see it on the 7th or wait till the 8th?

Too early...: I would probably wait until the 8th week. You can see it between the 7th or 8th so you go for a better visualization at that time. Any time after that it should be clearly noticed. ...Read more

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Should i see a dr? My resting heartbeat is 110...B/p is normal.

Fast Heart Rate: Nope. It is mostly due to things like anxiety, caffeine, the amount of fluid in our bodies and how in or out of shape we are. If you have no shortness or breath or pain then you can wait to be seen. ...Read more

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Is it normal to see your chest move with your heartbeat?

Is it normal to see your chest move with your heartbeat?

Can be normal: Usually only with a breath do you see your chest rise and fall. If you have a hyper dynamic heart rate from congestive heart failure, during or after exercise, body overheated, hyperthyroidism, elevated body temperature, shortness of breath, or heart seizure with ventricular defibrillation. ...Read more

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If I am overweight, will I be able to see my baby's heartbeat?

If I am overweight, will I be able to see my baby's heartbeat?

Yes most likely: Depending on how overweight you are - finding the baby's heartbeat may be more difficult; however even in morbidly obese women- doctors are able to locate the fetal heartbeat. It may be harder to detect on non-medical devices such as the home purchased items - but medical professionals should be able to locate it without too much problem. Talk to your doctor about healthy weight gain. ...Read more

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