The Fetus Has Not Been Seen At 8 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
Morning, I’m derra .. Age 29 years, I’m 8 weeks pregnant, then I have spots but only a little, finally I decided to have an ultrasound, when the ultrasound of the fetal pouch was seen with 3.02 uk but the fetus was not clearly visible, and the doctor recommended for the next month in the ultrasound again, only I was still worried, because if a lot of motion came out of the spots again, the question was, it was natural not to be 8 weeks pregnant but the fetus was clearly not visible ,? and what should I do to be able to maintain this pregnancy .. Please explain, thank you
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The existence of a sign of pregnancy that you feel in 8 weeks is an uncertain symptom of a pregnancy. Some of the symptoms of an uncertain pregnancy can be:
1. late menstruation
2. nausea, vomiting
3. urinating frequently
4. breast feels enlarged
5. Positive independent pregnancy test results
While the sure sign of pregnancy is the result of an obstetrician's examination stating the presence of a fetal and fetal sac inside it and the fetal heartbeat with an ultrasound examination. In addition, it can be supported by the results of the HCG test on supporting examinations.
Fetal and fetal pouches will be visible at 5-9 weeks of pregnancy, so if until the 9th week has not provided a picture of the pockets of the fetus and the fetus in it, this condition is also known as an empty pregnancy.
An empty pregnancy indicates a condition such as a sign of pregnancy, but no fetal development is found in the bag. This is caused by chromosomal abnormalities that cannot be suspected or prevented. Many cases of empty pregnancies occur in women, even these empty pregnancies are not realized, but at one time the woman experienced a lot of vaginal bleeding. And this condition is often the cause of miscarriage in women, and this does not affect the fertility of women or the possibility of subsequent pregnancy. However, if this empty pregnancy is repeated several times, or is accompanied by not having children, then it is necessary to check and evaluate by a doctor regarding the recurrence of this condition.
If this empty pregnancy cannot be dislodged or separated from the uterus, the doctor can plan a curette procedure to help with the treatment.
After the puerperal phase and menstruation, you can go back to having a pregnancy program and you should be able to do it under the supervision of a gynecologist. So that your pregnancy program can run well, and your doctor can give good treatment advice.
While the business that you can do right now until you see your doctor is:
1. avoid physical fatigue
2. avoid sleeping late
3. Avoid cigarette smoke
4. Inadequate healthy nutrition
5. enough water
Thus the info we can convey.