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I am 6 weeks pregnant. Ultrasound today, yolk sac normal, faint heartbeat. Doctor said gestational sac is small a week behind. Will I miscarry?

Early ultrasound: My guess is that you are going to have a follow up scan as there is no mention of a fetal pole or measurement for dating purposes.? Seeing a heart flicker is a positive sign that should be reassuring. I would simply ask for a follow up exam. ...Read more

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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


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I had an early ultrasound today- I am 6 weeks pregnant. My re said everything looked fine, but no heartbeat yet. Is this okay?

I had an early ultrasound today- I am 6 weeks pregnant. My re said everything looked fine, but no heartbeat yet. Is this okay?

No worries yet: It is very early in the pregnancy and not visualizing a heartbeat, especially if your dates are off by even a couple of days, is not unusual and should not be concerning. Most accurate ultrasound dating occurs at 8 to 13 weeks, at which point a heartbeat should be readily identifiable. ...Read more

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6 weeks pregnant no feal heartbeat on ultrasound?

6 weeks pregnant no feal heartbeat on ultrasound?

Depends: Did they actually see an embryo? If they saw an embryo over 5 mm long and there was no heart beat, then that is consistent with failed pregnancy. Otherwise, it just might be too early. Should get a followup. ...Read more

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6 weeks pregnant no felt heartbeat on ultrasound. Should i be concerned?

6 weeks pregnant no felt heartbeat on ultrasound. Should i be concerned?

Depends: If they saw an embryo and it measured greater than 5 mm and there was no heart beat, then that is not good, otherwise might be too early or dates are off slightlu. ...Read more

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Would u be able to see a heartbeat on a ultrasound done at 6 weeks pregnant?

Would u be able to see a heartbeat on a ultrasound done at 6 weeks pregnant?

Often yes: The earliest you can see a fetus with a heartbeat is about 5 1/2 weeks. This early though needs to be a very modern high tech machine and with a transvaginal probe. 6.5 weeks is more common on average sono machines. ...Read more

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Went for an ultrasound at 6 weeks pregnant due to spotting and the dr told me he only sees an empty sac is this normal ?

Went for an ultrasound at 6 weeks pregnant due to spotting and the dr told me he only sees an empty sac is this normal ?

Maybe: At 6 weeks, you might see a fetal heart beat, but you might not. It is more concerning, though, that the yolk sac is absent. This is present by about 5 weeks. Ask for a repeat scan in one week. ...Read more

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6 weeks pregnant no heartbeat on ultrasound, is this normal?

Not normal: This is not normal and indiciates the possibility of a miscarriage. See your doctor. ...Read more

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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


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