Miscarriage At 8 Weeks Fetal Age.?
Good afternoon … I want to ask, I have a miscarriage of 8-9 weeks of age … for 1 week I was bleeding and it was only liquid blood … then I tested again it turned out to be still line 2 or positive … I was also given the same medicine spog doctor just still there is no blood clot coming out .. instead the bleeding has stopped … What I want to ask, is the ultrasound results like my condition will the fetus be like? Is there no pulse or fetal development like what if on ultrasound ?
Good evening, thanks for the question
The description of miscarriage on ultrasound depends on the severity that can be assessed from the symptoms and physical examination results.
1. Abortion imminens is abortion at the beginning, where there is bleeding in the birth canal but the uterus is still closed and the conception is still good in the womb. In this case the fetus is still beating in the uterus and pregnancy is still likely to be maintained.
2. Abortion insipiens is an abortion that is threatening where the cervix has flattened and opened, but the results of conception are still in the womb. Symptoms such as increased bleeding, fresh red color accompanied by mild abdominal pain. On ultrasound examination, the fetus is still in the womb, but the baby's heart rate can still be detected or not. The possibility of pregnancy cannot be maintained.
3. incomplete abortion is part of the conception has come out of the uterus, but some are still left behind. Symptoms include active bleeding, severe abdominal pain such as contractions during labor, removal of part of the conception. In this case the fetus is not found in the uterus but the remaining tissue is still detected in the uterus.
4. Complete abortion is the entire conception has come out of the womb. in pregnancy less than 20 weeks. Symptoms such as slight bleeding, abdominal pain or mild cramps, expulsion of the entire conception. In this case both the fetus and the rest of the tissue are no longer visible in the uterus.
Thus, hopefully can help