Bleeding During Ultrasound At 5 Weeks’ Gestation?
Good afternoon. Sya lia from arrowroot. I want to ask yesterday, I used an ultrasound and the results of an ultrasound pregnancy 5w 3 days and the size is 0.69cm, is that normal or empty pregnancy? what a miscarriage. Information please
Good evening, Mrs. Lia, I help answer yes.
To find out whether a pregnancy is empty or not, judged by the presence or absence of the fetus in the pregnancy sac, does not depend on the size of the pregnancy sac. So, if at the time of the ultrasound the doctor said that there is a fetus in your pregnancy sac, that means you are not pregnant empty.
The presence of bleeding accompanied by clots can be a sign of miscarriage, but there are other conditions that can cause bleeding, such as the threat of miscarriage, wine pregnancy, injury to the birth canal, and others. To find out the state of your fetus, you should immediately control back to the obstetrician, the doctor may conduct an examination using a device that is inserted into the birth canal and also an ultrasound to assess the state of your fetus.
While at home, try to make you have a total rest and not do activities, especially strenuous activities. After seeing a doctor, follow the doctor's recommendations.
I hope this helps.