Is It Normal To Be Dizzy During 2 Months Of Pregnancy And There Is No Fetal Heart Rate?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, right now I am 9 weeks pregnant, there is no heartbeat in the ultrasound, but the fetus is already there. Today I feel dizzy.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. The existence of a heartbeat is one of the crucial signs of the growth of the fetus in the womb. What is feared if no heartbeat is obtained is a condition of miscarriage, fetal death in the womb, developmental abnormalities or other disorders. But in your case, the most important thing that needs to be ascertained is whether your fetal heart has actually been detected before.
Fetal heart rate is first detected at 6 weeks gestation, but it is still normal if only detected weeks later, ie at the age of 10-12 weeks. Everything returns to what tools are used to detect the heart, the expertise of medical personnel, and the accuracy of determining the gestational age. That way, the heart rate that is not detected at 9 weeks gestation can still enter the normal range.
But if it has previously been detected, then there must be further attention to this matter. Our advice, if you have not checked yourself with the obstetrician, you should immediately check it to see if there are potential dangers in your pregnancy. If you have already seen an obstetrician, routinely return to control until it is declared safe because it does require a direct examination to be able to assess your condition.
As for nausea and dizziness, this is a very normal condition for pregnant women to encounter, especially in the first three months. You just rest yourself, multiply the consumption of warm drinks, avoid foods that have a strong odor, and if the complaint is so severe that you can not move normally, tell your obstetrician. You need to remember not to take any medicine during pregnancy except with a doctor's recommendation, even though it is a drug that you often take beforehand. So, hopefully answering your question.