Explanation Of The Results Of Fetal Ultrasound At 11 Weeks?
night … I ask … my wife has entered the age of 11 weeks of pregnancy …. ultrasound results showed gs 13 mm … is the fetus in my wife’s womb, normal growth ?? Thank you, doctor.
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Basically, obstetricians will determine the gestational age in the first trimester ultrasound through measurements of GS (gestational sac) and CRL (crown to rump length). If the examination results show GS with a size of 13 mm, then your wife's gestational age should be around 5-6 weeks. If the womb is already 11 weeks old, then the fetus should be visible to the fetus and the CRL can be measured. If there is indeed a large difference in the ultrasound results and the calculation of gestational age based on HPHT (the first day of the last menstrual period), you should discuss the results of the ultrasound again with the obstetrician conducting the examination. The doctor may recommend a repeat ultrasound examination to see whether the fetus is developing or not in the womb.
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