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Single Live Intrauterine Fetus In Cephalic Presentation
What does this mean? Single alive intrauterine fetus in cephalic presentation spine right lateral?
It=pregnancy only 1-: -fetus, not multiple as in twins or triplets. It is positioned head downwdownward with the spine, or the back Iis located 2 the right ltlaterally. This gives a lot of information 2 Ur OB. This is a normal presentation of the fetus. ...Read more
Can you tell me about fetus cephalic presentation and placenta anterior low lying will I deliver before my due date?
20 weeks pregnant. Now my fetus is cephalic presentation. Any problem bcoz of cephalic at this early gestational age? What are the thngs I should care?
DID YOU ASK YOUR DOC: U should have good communication with your doc, cephalic is normal presentation for 20 weeks but at 20 weeks it doesn't matter what the position is since if it is not cephahlic will most likely end up cepahlic a 34-36 week us is usually done in the us to check position and growth and wt that is when u want the baby to be cephalic. ...Read more
My wife's report showing, single live intrauterine pregnancy in cephalic presentation at the time of examination with mean gestational age of 36 wk?
What is the plecenta grade 2 fundo posterior and healthy, foetus seen in cephalic presentation in 28th week pregnancy pls explain is everything norm?
What to do if I'm 35 week old pregnancy normal delivery possible fetal is in cephalic presentation?
Yes: Cephalic presentation just means the baby is head down. Breech presentation would mean the baby is butt down and that is usually delivered by c-section. ...Read more
Delivery: Baby's head comes out first. Great news. ...Read more
Head down: "cephalic presentation" just means that your baby's head is down in the pelvis, as opposed to a "breech presentation" when the baby's buttocks or feet are in the pelvis. ...Read more
No: Cephalic presentation just means the baby is head down. Breech presentation would mean the baby is butt down and that is usually delivered by c-section. ...Read more
Head down: Cephalic means that the baby's head is down, which from an obstetrical perspective is the desirable position, as opposed to breech, when the baby is bottom down. ...Read more
I am 29 weeks & 4 days, today done scan & findings - single viable gestation in cephalic presentation - gestational age 28-29 weeks. Help 2 understand?
Sounds perfect: Your baby is head down, growth is appropriate. I don't see anything wrong with your ultrasound. Congratulations! ...Read more
There is single active intrauterine fetus with Breech presentation. Fetal body movement and cardiac activity are present. What does. It.mean?
Breech: This means your baby is in the uterus, butt first, the baby is alive and doing well. The only issue here is, if you are near your due date and the baby is breech (butt first), you will likely need a cesarean section unless you opt for an version, a procedure to flip the baby from butt to head first, then you can deliver vaginally. If you are early on the baby changes position all the time. ...Read more
I am now at 25 weeks. My sonography report says Single live intrauterine foetus in unstable presentation. Placenta attached at posterior wall of uterus?
Intrauterine low lying viable fetus at 8 weeks.172 bpm. Can travel. Can have intercourse.. pls explain?
Puts you at risk: Honestly, a low lying fetus means there is a higher chance for developing placenta previa, where part or all of the placenta lies over the cervix. There is less blood supply in the lower part of the uterus and so miscarriage chance is a little higher, as is risk for growth restriction, preterm birth, and need for c-section. Avoid heavy lifting, sex until 2nd trimester, smoking, stress, traveling ...Read more
I have di-amniotic monochorionic twin live intrauterine fetuses with avg ga 25w2d and 24w6d. What will be their sexes?
Unanswerable: I am sorry, but there is absolutely no way to guess the gender of your babies. That would be impossible here on the internet. ...Read more
Hi, I am 28 weeks pregnant and my sonography report says single intrauterine live fetus is noted and the amount of liquor is on lower side...AFI is 9?
Can be ok: Should be watched closely as I am sure is planned for fluid levels and consistent growth of the fetus. ...Read more
On the sonography report, it was notated "intrauterine gestation 17w 6d." is this the actual fetus size? Does intrauterine gestation mean time of fetus in uterus?
Single live intrauterine preg with 32w4d cephalic pres, with mild increase in liquor qty, placenta anterior, upper seg grd 2 mat, liquor slightly more?
R there any symptoms of intrauterine fetal death? I'm 18 w preg. And felt the baby moves for 2 days then I'm not sure if it's the baby or gases anymore
Talk to your midwife:
There is no reason to worry, a quick visit for a fetal heart rate check will let you know if the baby is ok.
We prefer that you come n for an evaluation early, rather tan wait and worry.
Moms start feeling baby movement between 16 and 20 weeks, it may not be obviously 'baby' at 18 weeks. ...Read more
Intrauterine pregnancy with too much pain on left side of abdomen. U/S report said that I'm 5weeks6days pregnant. But there is no fetal pole n heartbeat?
Painful cyst of preg:
If painful to cough, that's more serious Need to see MD now not a good sign no heart beat at 5w6d
Repeat US in a week to confirm the health of the pregnancy and check for ectopic pregnancy
I only ran across once in my 40 years that she had a ectopic with a intrauterine pregnancy. ...Read more
U/s:single intrauterine gestation sac & fetal pole crown2rump 0.53cm 6w3d + or - a wk no yolk sac/ hb. Nxt u/s i'll be 11wk. Should I worry? Dating off?
A little concerning: More information needed but if a fetal pole is present and can be measured, then a fetal heart beat should seen. If there is just a gestational sac with no fetal pole, then the size of the gestational sac matters. A gestational sac that measures 18mm should have fetus with a heartbeat and if not, then a miscarriage is most probable. Good luck. ...Read more
What does it mean to have ESR 1st hour 20 mms, 2nd hour 43mms. CRP 5.69 mg/L. I had a C-section 2 weeks ago due to fetal intrauterine death. Week 33?
A lot: Of these values are related to the intauterine demise of the fetus they should be repeated in a period of time to see how they react when your normalise ...Read more
Is this normal pregnancy or miscarriage? Report details: single intrauterine gestational sac seen measuring 2.2 cms, corresponding to 6+ weeks no fetal
Hi I have anechoic structure with in endometrial canal with signs of intrauterine pregnancy no yolk sac or fetal pole? Is this bad LMP was 12/29
Indefinite: Based on your LMP, you would have conceived mid February and your pregnancy would be 4-5 weeks post conception. This early in pregnancy evidence of a viable pregnancy may or may not be evident on ultrasound. However, if yolk sac & fetal pole aren't visualized, a healthy pregnancy can't be confirmed. If there's any?? ultrasound can be repeated along with HCG measurements in another week or so. ...Read more
Ultrasound result: single live intrautrerine pregnancy, presently cephalic, 20weeks and 5days gestation, oligohydramnios fetal ascites. What can I do
See perinatologist: Its frightening to have an ultrasound that gives news that isn't perfect. Oligohydramnios means that there isn't enough fluid around the baby. You can help make more fluid by drinking lots and lots of water and getting enough rest. You need to see a perinatologist to find out why. This is a doctor who concentrates on complicated pregnancies to find out why. Best Wishes! ...Read more
Anteverted, bulky gravid uterus, single intrauterine gestational sac 2.7 cm gestational age 6 weeks 6 days no fetal pole is this OK? Or a miscarriage?
37 wks pregnant, AF index 8, placenta grade 3, fetal lungs mature, weight 3 kg, cephalic, head 4/5 in pelvis. Cervix 0.5 cm open. When to expect labor?
Single intruterine fundal gestational sac is seen with no detectable fetal pole development at 7 weeks 4 days will the baby survive looks like 5weeks?
Less likely: So, the first assumption is that the dating is correct. If you are truly 7+4 weeks, there should be both a fetal pole and a heartbeat. But for various reasons you may be only 5-6 weeks so worth repeating ultrasound to make sure ...Read more
I am 4-5 wks pregnant, I've had 3 pregnancies, all lost (1 interuterine fetal death), how do I make sure I carry this baby??
Healthy living: Congratulations. Some times, we have no answers for why things happen. You are certainly prone to "miscarriages." Assuming the Gyn evaluated you and all is fine, simply be sure to live healthy for your growing baby-eat well, do not smoke, do not drink alcohol, decrease caffeine intake, take prenatal vitamins and Folic acid. Keep regular OB/GYN appts. Best wishes. ...Read more
On my 36 weeks scan it says baby is in Presentation Cephalic 1. What does it mean exactly? Is baby engaged already?
The head is down: The baby's head is facing down in your pelvis. ...Read more
Fetus: When a fetus has reached 24 weeks estimated gestational age it is considered to be a viable fetus and therefore afforded all medical efforts to maintain life if born. Prior to this gestational age the fetus is considered to be nonviable. ...Read more
If you have a 12 wk u/s and it reads 12 wks+4days, and if there is an 11 day range of error, wouldn't there be a different measurement of the fetus?
I registered 9wks 6days at my very first u/s (6/25/12) which was after 6wks of pregnancy. Is that right, stating after the 6thwk, fetus doubles size?
Yes: You've been asking this same question over and over. What exactly are you trying to understand about it. If you get to the point we can answer more directly. Usually this type of question concerns 2 potential fathers and determining conception date. ...Read more
There is a significant difference between a 20 weeks fetus and a 30 weeks one at the u/s? What about 13 weeks and 20 wks?
Yes, there sure is: There is an unmistakable difference between a 20-week fetus and a 30-week fetus on ultrasound scanning, just like there is an unmistakable difference between a 13-week fetus and a 20-week fetus. ...Read more
Is it normal to see a fetus on the u/s but no gestional sac and no fetal pole, even if I measure right at 6wk. When I'm 6wk by my last peroid.
I'm not sure: I understand the question. The fetal pole is the fetus at an early stage, and it would be impossible to see a fetus without a gestational sac except possibly with fetal demise/abortion. At 6 weeks in a normal pregnancy, the gestational sac and yolk sac should be visible, and the fetal pole may or may not be visible. ...Read more
Lmp 11/1/13. 30 day cycles. U/s 1/20/14 measured fetus 11w4d edd aug 7. U/s 4/22/14 measured 24w5d edd aug 7. When did I conceive? Margin of error?
Most women ovulate 14 days prior to their next period. If you are having 30 day cycles consistently, you should ovulate around cycle day 18 +/- 5 days. For you that would have been 11/18. Your fertile interval can be calculated more precisely if you know the length of your longest and shortest period.
Based on the u/s, you would have conceived around 11/13, +/- 7 days. ...Read more
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- What does it means single live fetus in cephalic presentation?
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- Cephalic presentation with spine to the left side
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