Can An Undeveloped Pregnancy Be Delayed 1 Week Before Curettage?
afternoon, i want to ask, i november promil, diagnosed pcos, and alhmdlhh now i am getting pregnant, when I was ultrasound said dktr ny until 6 weeks but not yet seen emrio ny, nd I injected d stomach), and for advice about 2 weeks check up again, and then I check up, the fetus is already visible, but the word should be done for 8 weeks, this should only be 6 weeks in advance, it won’t be fast, then the word should be done, it should be done for 8 weeks. I don’t want to curette, but I don’t curette, because I don’t have complaints, don’t advertise the wrong spots, if I prthankn the slma for a week, please try, sp tw ad miracles from Allah all
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Fetal heart rate can be determined by ultrasound examination at 7-8 weeks gestation. If the examination of the fetal heart rate using dopler, the fetal heart rate can be known at the age of 10 weeks. By knowing the fetal heart rate in the early stages of pregnancy, the fetus can develop and grow according to the gestational age. If the heartbeat is not found at a reasonable gestational age, the fetus does not develop, and is often referred to as miscariage or miscarriage.
Some standards determined to provide information on miscarriages by ultrasound examination are:
1. no heartbeat when the embryo is 5 millineters in size
2. pregnancy sacs measuring more than 8 millieters but no yolk sac
3. pregnancy sac measuring more than 16 millimeters and no embryos
In connection with your question, if the calculation of your gestational age is correct, then if there is no fetal heart rate at 8 weeks, this condition is a sign of miscarriage. And to help you restore your condition after this miscarriage phase, your doctor can plan a curette for the rest of this undeveloped pregnancy tissue.
However, if you postpone miscarriage identification or delay the curette for the next week, it is important that you discuss it with your obstetrician directly even though generally delaying the action of curettage in the next week may be considered as long as there is no risk of infection and complaints of painful pain that bother you .
And you should discuss all of this with your doctor, because if you have to do a curette, then after the postpartum period is complete and the next menstrual period is over, promises under your doctor's supervision can be well planned again.
And even if you go through the promos for the next period, you should maintain physical condition, avoid stress and avoid sleeping late. If a family member smokes, give advice not to smoke at home.
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