The Normal Size Of The Gestational Sac At 6 Weeks?
My last menstrual period was August 3 2018, r nThe positive test pack results were very clear … on September 17 2018, the ultrasound through the stomach in the hospital saw a 1.26 cm gestational sac … if from the last menstruation I was 6 weeks pregnant. . r n Is the 6 weeks gestation of the 1.26 cm gestational sac normal or not? r nOr what size is 1.26 cm for gestational age?
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The gestational bag size on the first trimester ultrasound is actually used to estimate gestational age (not the gestational age from the HPHT which is used as a benchmark to see whether the gestational bag size is normal or not). The gestational sac size 12-13 mm (1.2-1.3 cm) is the gestational bag size for gestations from 5 weeks 5 days to 5 weeks 6 days. Estimated gestational age from the first trimester ultrasound is the most accurate estimate of gestational age, so in the future, use the estimated gestational age from your ultrasound of your pregnancy to calculate your gestational age.
Henceforth, if you do an ultrasound examination at your obstetrician, ask your gynecologist directly about the condition of your pregnancy and fetus. Obstetricians who carry out ultrasounds certainly better understand the condition of your pregnancy and fetus so that they can provide a clearer and more complete explanation to you.
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