The Cause Of The Small Diameter Of The Pregnancy Sac?
Sorry, I want to ask today I went to the doctor and the ultrasound and the results of the ultrasound had been 5 weeks, and the doctor said my fetus bag was small with a GS size of 0.90, is that true and what should I do?
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At 5 weeks of pregnancy, a normal pregnancy sac may have a diameter ranging from 5 to 6 mm. Furthermore, the diameter of the pregnancy sac will increase by about 1 mm per day during the first trimester of pregnancy.
The small diameter of your pregnancy sac can occur due to several factors, for example:
Pregnancy sac measurement error
Erroneous age calculation
Fetal chromosome abnormalities, empty pregnancy (blighted ovum), miscarriage, and so on
Judging from the age of your uterus that is still very young, you should do a re-examination to a gynecologist in 1-2 weeks to monitor what your womb is currently developing. With periodic ultrasound, the doctor can certainly decide on the appropriate treatment steps, is it enough to observe, administering drugs, or maybe a curette if pregnancy is no longer possible to be maintained. While waiting for the control schedule, it is recommended that you:
Don't worry too much
Avoid first sex that involves vaginal penetration
No physical activity is too heavy
Eat and drink healthy
Hope this helps ...