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Doctor insights on: Transvaginal Ultrasound In Early Pregnancy

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Dr. Chevies Newman
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Premature (Definition)

Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more


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Is transvaginal ultrasound accurate in detecting early pregnancy?

Is transvaginal ultrasound accurate in detecting early pregnancy?

Yes: At 5-6 weeks a gestational sac and pregnancy reaction can be seen. At about 7 weeks a tiny fetal pole and heartbeat can be seen. At less than 5 weeks, nothing may be seen so would need to check blood and urine results before planning for sono. ...Read more

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Can a transvaginal ultrasound miss an early preganancy or urine test ? I went to the ER and doctor say everything look good no preggo.

Can a transvaginal ultrasound miss an early preganancy or urine test ? I went to the ER and doctor say everything look good no preggo.

Ultrasound: the ultrasound can only show If something big enough for it to image a fresh pregnancy is probably too small so pregnancy test in the near future if you had a missed period would be the best test two give you an answer then you can follow up with your ultrasound ...Read more

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Can transvaginal ultrasound detect 4 weeks gestation?

Can transvaginal ultrasound detect 4 weeks gestation?

Perhaps: Kyl: at that early stage we may see a decidual (pregnancy) reaction in the uterus and a small gestational sac. We would not be able to see the actual fetal pole or heartbeat that early. A scan at 7-8 weeks would be best to document a good, viable pregnancy with a heartbeat. ...Read more

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Could I have concieved four weeks ago (6 wks gestation) and still not see a gestational sac on transvaginal ultrasound? Also with a beta of 627?

Could I have concieved four weeks ago (6 wks gestation) and still not see a gestational sac on transvaginal ultrasound? Also with a beta of 627?

Yes: If your cycles are irregular, you may be slightly off on dates. A pregnancy should be seen by 5 weeks and a beta of 1000, so I would suggest a followup transvaginal ultrasound a week after the prior one. If no pregnancy is seen at that point, then some concern would arise regarding the viability of your pregnancy. Please follow closely with your OB until the issue is cleared up. Dr. S. ...Read more

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How many days can a conception date be off with a early 6 week transvaginal ultrasound?

How many days can a conception date be off with a early 6 week transvaginal ultrasound?

Conception: If the quality of the imaging is good I do not believe that conception can be calculated and will be off by no more than three or four days at the very most. Usually it's with in a couple of days. ...Read more

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I had an early transvaginal ultrasound at 6 weeks 6 days and it matched my LMP to the day. When did i o? And what's the average life of sperm?

Around Day 14: Assuming you have a 28 day cycle, you probably ovulated around day 14 of your cycle (from the first day of your menstrual period). Sperm that make their way into your tubes remain viable about 3-4 days on average and at the outside may last a little longer. Good luck. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Gabor
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Sonogram (Definition)

The sonogram is a test that looks at body organs with no radiation. It uses sound waves and can give us a 2 dimensional view of organs such as the kidney, liver, heart, and lungs. It can define spaces that are either solid or full of fluid. I can also guide large needles into an organ or near the spine, and can help define the area being cut open. Its a ...Read more


Dr. Thomas Fiala
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Pregnancy (Definition)

If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more