The First Pregnancy After A Miscarriage?
I have a history of pregnancy before this pregnancy. UK 4 w doing ultrasound only thickening of the uterine wall has not seen the fetal sac. Is the next UK in the future would be a fetus candidate or not if UK 4 weeks only thickening of the uterine wall. The positive testpack results.
Hello Aas, thank you for asking.
At a very young gestational age, it is very likely that during ultrasound only the fetal sac is seen. Generally the doctor will advise you to go back to doing an ultrasound a few weeks later. As the fetus grows, it will be more easily seen through ultrasound.
Regarding the possibility of whether an embryo can grow, we cannot make predictions. You should consult with a doctor who knows your pregnancy history. You do not need to worry too much first, because not everyone will experience a recurrent miscarriage. If the cause of the miscarriage is known and overcome, then the possibility of the embryo to grow and develop normally, will be quite high. You can help the development of the embryo by ensuring your optimal nutritional intake. Choose foods high in protein such as beans, oats, oatmeal, whole grains, fish, skinless chicken, lean beef. You should also consume lots of vegetables and fruit for vitamin and mineral intake. Get a good night's rest, avoid excessive stress.
Hopefully this short answer can help you. Regards.