Early Signs Of Wine Pregnancy?
Good afternoon, I am using 2-dimensional ultrasound, but only the fetal sac is visible, and I read on Google that it could be a sign of pregnancy with BO but I am still optimistic that my womb is fine, and if for example, BO can feel the stomach which sometimes feels tighten? Please answer, thank you
At a very young gestational age (less than 6 weeks) the results of ultrasound examinations tend to only show a fetal sac image, although there is also an appearance of the contents of the fetal sac, later as gestational age increases, the contents of the fetal sac will become clearer.
BO or blighted ovum is a condition in which even though the size of the fetal bag is more than 25mm, the embryo in it does not develop or it could be that the fetal sac has an embryo in it but is only less than 15mm in size and no fetal heart movement is found.
Doctors who have performed health and pregnancy examinations as well as ultrasound examinations are certainly the ones who understand more about your condition, so don't immediately get paranoid about the articles you read, especially if the doctor who has examined you states that your pregnancy condition does not have BO. You are expected to do another ultrasound examination about 2 weeks later, or immediately to the doctor if you experience complaints such as bleeding from the vagina in a greater amount than menstrual blood, and accompanied by stomach cramps so you can get help immediately.
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