Out Of Spots And Fetal Ultrasound Results Are Not Visible At 9 Weeks Pregnant?
in the morning at 9 weeks of gestation I had spots for 2 weeks and on ultrasound the fetus was still shaded. After taking the spot medicine, it stopped … thank you ..
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Spotting or bleeding that occurs early in pregnancy is common. In general, this can be a natural thing because of the significant hormonal changes due to pregnancy. However, it does not rule out other things that underlie these spots. Here are some things that can be considered about the occurrence of these spots are as follows:
There are significant hormonal changes from pregnancy
Attachment of embryonic (future fetal) cells in early pregnancy
The existence of infection or inflammation of the reproductive tract which can not affect the existence of the pregnancy.
Early signs of miscarriage
The effect of sexual intercourse due to uterine contractions
There is physical exhaustion
Ectopic or extra-womb pregnancy
The presence of other medical conditions.
You have taken the right steps to see a doctor. At 9 weeks of pregnancy, the shape of the baby is not clear because the size of the fetus is around 10 grams. If the spots that occur continue, it is highly recommended that you return to the doctor who treats you to find out the medical condition that underlies your complaint so that appropriate handling can be done.
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