what does a 5 week miscarriage look like

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Dr. Steven Hebert answered:

What does a miscarriage sac look like between 5-8 weeks, color, shape, size, texture...etc?

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Products of conception between 5-8 weeks will often have a small translucent sac measuring approximately 1 inch. Often this is surrounded by pink tan spongy tissue. Often seen with attached blood clot. Hope this helps.
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i had a miscarriage nov 10 i was supost to be 11 weeks they did a u s said it look like 5 6 weeks and that i was gonna have a natural miscarriage whil?

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The pregnancy likely stopped evolving at 5-6 weeks though you were 11 weeks pregnant, these usually pass on their own, misoprostol at 800 mcg vaginally can speed things up but at 5-6 weeks it doesnt always come at once leading to heavy bleeding and a D@C. Don't worry, ask about misoprostol, look it up, and get some pain medication to expedite. Sorry for your bad news.
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Dr. Seth G. Derman answered:

What does a miscarriage look like at 1 week?

? 5 weeks

Pregnancy is dated by the time passed since the last period. At the time of a positive pregnancy test, you are already 4 weeks pregnant. While this doesn't make sense, this is the system we use. A 5 week pregnancy loss may show up as a heavy or delayed period with or without cramping.
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What would a early miscarriage look like? 3-4 weeks pregnant.

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Early miscarriage may present with spotting, heavey bleeding, with or without abdominal cramping or pain. Some patient may not have any symptom, the period may appear little more than usual.
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What does my 5 week vaginal ultrasound look like?

Not much

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It's very early. Usually at 5 weeks all we see is endometrial thickening and maybe a sac, but not always.
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What does ringworm on the hand look like after 5 weeks of treatment?

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If properly diagnosed and treated, ringworm of the hand should be completely resolved by 5 weeks. At worse there might be some residual faint pink tint to the skin and it may be a little smoother than normal, but no scarring. In individuals with darker pigmented skin the area of the healed infection is likely to be lighter in color for several months.
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Dr. Payam Rafat answered:

Can doctors tell me what does ringworm look like after 5 weeks of treatment?

Should be cleared up

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It should be cleared up after five weeks of treatment. If not improved or resolved it may have been something else or the treatment was not successful. Have it evaluated.
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Dr. Oscar Novick answered:

I am only about 4 to 5 weeks pregnant and I'm having extreme bloating and constipation. I look like I'm 4 months pregnant is this normal?

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Yes you can become constipated and bloated during early pregnancy
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I should be 8 weeks 4 days pregnant today but my doctor told me I look like I'm only 5 weeks OR my baby just never developed do I still have a chance?

Possibly

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If your ovulation was delayed for your last cycle, you may be only 5 weeks pregnant. The other possibility is unfortunately a blighted ovum. Please follow-up with your doctor for a final diagnosis.
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