Explanation Of The Results Of The USG Lab?
Hello doctor. if you want to know what the fetus is developing or not seeing from what term? I have seen the results of ultrasound which last week was not understood, this is the comparison of ultrasound 1 and 2. Firstsg: D: 16.4G: 45Fr: 24Dr: 135Gs: 1.28cm Secondsgsgs: 4.5 MD: 16.4G: 173Fr : 26Dr: 147Gs: 1.32 cm
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What you wrote down was the hospital code and the doctor's code that performed the ultrasound at that time. Unless there is 1 parameter related to the condition of your pregnancy that is GS or gestational sac or in our language is called the pouch of pregnancy. In the first USG the GS value was 1.28 cm while in the second USG the GS value was 1.32 cm. There seems to be an increase in GS value here.
The GS value can be used to determine gestational age using the formula 28 plus the GS value in units of mm. The results are obtained in days. For example, for your second USG result (28 + 13.2 = 41.2), it will be 41 days or 5 weeks 6 days. This is the estimated age of your pregnancy based on GS values.
As for the sure sign of developing fetus or not, on the early week of pregnancy this examination can be performed fetal heart rate through ultrasound examination. DJJ can be heard through ultrasound at 6.5-7 weeks gestation. Using dopler, fetal heart rate can be heard at 12-16 weeks' gestation. While using a laennec stethoscope, fetal heart rate can begin to be heard at 20 weeks gestation.
You can re-consult with your obstetrician about 1-2 weeks to find out whether the fetus is developing or not. For now, some things you have to do is
1. Think positive about the womb.
2. Eat nutritious foods that are high in calories and high in protein. Avoid consuming food that is preserved, flavored, canned, carbonated, raw, half cooked and food that is processed by burning.
3. Get enough rest and avoid stress and staying up late
4. Avoid cigarettes, alcohol, illegal drugs and air pollution.
5. Take folic acid supplements every day.
Thus hopefully useful.