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Miscarriage After Heartbeat Seen
10%: Miscarriage is common. Most miscarriages occur in the first trimester. Seeing a heartbeat at 6 weeks is a good sign! congratulations. ...Read more
What is my chance for miscarriage after the heartbeat is seen at 6 weeks. Everything else measured fine as well. So worried, 1st baby!?
Depends on symptoms: In general if you are not bleeding or having significant cramps its very likely you are going to have a normal pregnancy. However, there are no guarantees. Having said that, i would relax and enjoy being pregnant. Take your prenatal vitamins and start regular OB care. ...Read more
10-20%.: After your physician can identify limb buds and movements of the embryo your risk will decrease to less than 10%. It will be decreased even further (<1-5%) if your embryo grows well at the end of the first trimester (14 weeks). Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi i had 3 miscarriages and every time the g sac can be seen but no fetus or heartbeat what could be the reason?
Genetics: Unless there is a problem with the uterus itself, almost always the pregnancy is genetically abnormal. That has been known for a very long time. Some women even at a young age can have that problem. It takes advanced fertility therapy to diagnosis and fix that problem. Although there are some other possibilities likely blood clotting disorders for instance, genetics is the most common explanation. ...Read more
Probably not: If the baby (fetal pole) measures 7 weeks and there is no heartbeat seen, it is a miscarriage. The times when we aren't sure are if the fetal pole can't be clearly seen or if the dates are less than 6+ weeks. At that point, we might need to repeat the us in a week to be sure. Even if a miscarriage is diagnosed, you can take the time you need before doing anything about it like a d & c. ...Read more
Vaginal ultrasound did not detect heartbeat at 6 weeks 4 days. Seen the sac and embryo. Risk of miscarriage?
50/50: At this point i would say your chances are about 50/50. A vaginal sonogram at 6 weeks and 4 days can usually see a heartbeat; but if your dates are off a little, it could be too early. As long as you aren't having a lot of pain or heavy bleeding, waiting a week and rechecking the sonogram is probably best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How common is a missed miscarriage in the first trimester? I am 8 weeks but have not seen my doc yet, so no confirmed heartbeat.
When is a miscarriage diagnosed if no fetal heartbeat is seen? I went 8wks after missed period and no HB was detected, can this be normal?
11 wks prgnt. Bleeding for 48hrs. Wnt to ER. Fibroids seen. Saw heartbeat baby movement. Told thrntened miscarriage. Now continued spotting. ?
Threatened Sab: I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It's important that you're under the care of an obstetrician so you know what to expect and have a plan in place. Your post doesn't have a question in it so if you have a question, post one. ...Read more
Hcg levels was19488 no heartbeat seen (tilted uterus) to 25391 in 3 days, doc told me to prepare for miscarriage. Still any hope?
Doubtful: The hCG should have clearly risen more than what you relate. The inadequate increase in the hCG is consistent with a failed pregnancy and your doctor is correct in advising you to be prepared for a miscarriage. If more than 8 weeks pass and you have not miscarried and ultrasound does not show a viable pregnancy you should consider terminating the pregnancy. ...Read more
Im 8 weeks pregnant and terrified of having a miscarriage. We seen the babies heart beat at 6w4d, heart rate was 125. Am i still at risk?
Depends: Hi! Is this your first pregnancy? If you have had a miscarriage in the past then you may be at risk... However if this is your first pregnancy and your OB/GYN says you are doing well, then you will most likely do well :) Unfortunately a miscarriage can happen at any point in pregnancy. I do believe that exercising will help with your overall well-being. So does yoga and meditation. ...Read more
Pregnancy: With a fetal heart rate at 6 weeks the chances of miscarriage are reduced significantly: to around 3 to 5%. Factors which increase the risk of miscarriage include prior obstetric history (like if the patient has had recurrent miscarriage), any systemic medical illnesses. And advanced maternal age. Good prenatal care is important to improve the chances of a successful pregnnacy. ...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
US: An ultrasound may be indicated and would sort out what's up . ...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
Many possibilities: How long your pregnancy lasted will help a great deal in pointing toward the most likely causes of miscarriage. Discuss chromosome testing with your healthcare provider. Other tests may be indicated as well. If you were into the second trimester when miscarriage occurred, you may need to be evaluated for anatomic abnormalities of uterus/cervix. ...Read more
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
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