The Cause Of Fetal Ultrasound Results Is Not Detected?
Afternoon, I want to ask … yesterday, December 24, it showed positive results only faintly, after it passed 3 days later I tested again and the results were the same … I checked directly the midwife practice, after being touched, something started to harden the bottom my navel, just still recommended again,. January 1, I tested it turns out that the results were clearly positive … afternoon I walked to my husband only the road was full of radishes, and took nearly half an hour through a damaged road … last night I felt pain the lower abdomen … the next morning I check it does not come out of spots or ap … the discharge is a little light brown leucorrhoea … I went to the puskesmas the next morning, I told him the problem, and was advised to rest and not work hard. .. after a week I wake up in the morning the lower abdomen hurts, and I see even a lot of spots and dark brown color … the next day it still comes out and accompanied by lower abdominal pain .. I immediately k from the womb is entrusted in the body In my opinion, it turned out that after transgaginal fetal ultrasound was undetectable and it was stated that it was not good by the doctor at that time, only the doctor gave me 2 weeks to double check and was given an enhancing drug, at that time the GS was 1.07cm CRL 0, 19cm. After I took the medicine, my stomach ached and the spots disappeared, but I was still worried about my fetus’s condition … whether the signs stopped stopping the fetus signs were healthy or still not developing well … was the fetus having a problem because I was too tired to take the road that was wheeled and is there a possibility that when the fetal heart rate is not clear … please explain …
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Previously I want to confirm in advance when the first day of your last menstruation? Basically a new fetal heart rate will be detected from transvaginal ultrasound generally at 6 weeks gestation. However, it is not uncommon for a new fetal heart rate to be seen from ultrasound at 7-8 weeks' gestation. If you look at the size of your gestational sac (GS), your estimated gestational age is only about 5 weeks. If indeed the gestational age is quite in accordance with the calculation of the gestational age from the first day of last menstruation (not far adrift), then it is quite normal if your fetal heart rate cannot be seen. In cases like this, indeed generally you will be advised to do a repeat ultrasound a few weeks later.
Bleeding in young pregnancies is actually a fairly common occurrence and does not always indicate a danger or complication in pregnancy. Bleeding is also not affected by traveling long distances with many holes. For the time being, you should try to rest more and follow the advice of your obstetrician. Make sure you consume your pregnancy vitamins regularly, eat and drink enough, reduce stress.
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