Why Are You Expecting A Second Child But Not Like A Pregnant Woman?
mlm. I want to ask. I just got pregnant but how come the midwife and the ultrasound are different? if from the midwife aged 13week it was from 10 January. while on 12jan 2019 I was just 7week. Initially like this, I got my first menstruation on 8 October 2018. I finished my menstruation on 15-16 October 2018. This month, November-January, I didn’t have my period. At that time, in the beginning of December I tested the results were still (-) but at the beginning of January 2019 I tried the LG test and the results were (+) so I went to the midwife and was told when I was 13week. just when the ultrasound the doctor said the age of the fetus was still 7week. so he was still a little … He confused me about the date of the midwife’s end July. But when I was in the mid-late August 2019, I had taken part in the 3-month injection. then it stops menstruating so it doesn’t run smoothly after being released. I’m also confused that I’m pregnant, but I don’t feel nauseous. so my body is just normal, not the same as the first child pregnant. so now the luggage feels good just isn’t pregnant. Is that a fetus or not? information please ..
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We understand your complaints and concerns. Pregnancy is an event when a sperm cell successfully fertilizes an egg cell in the fallopian tube which then develops in the uterus.
A simple examination that can detect pregnancy easily is a testpack. Although the testpack is quite sensitive in detecting pregnancy hormones on days 7-12 after fertilization occurs, the results of the testpack have not been fully legalized / trusted 100%. If it is known that your testpack is positive, the next step is to immediately consult and consult an obstetrician to assess whether there is a pregnancy bag and to assess whether the fetal heart rate has begun to appear through an ultrasound examination.
Some signs of early pregnancy include:
No menstruation Breasts become more sensitive Arise brown spots Cramps in the abdomen under nausea and vomiting Sensitive to smell Changes in mood Some of the early pregnancy signs above are uncertain signs, so that not all women will feel these symptoms. If you don't feel these symptoms, then you don't need to worry. It will not affect your pregnancy.
The following are sure signs of pregnancy, among others:
Visible fetal pouch in the uterus Fetal heart rate can be seen There is fetal movement in the uterus. These definite signs of pregnancy can be identified when an ultrasound is performed.
Regarding your question,
Estimated gestational age based on LMP (the first day of last menstruation) is often not very accurate considering that many women have irregular menstrual cycles and often forget when the last menstrual period began. In your case, you may experience hormonal imbalances resulting in an extension of the previous menstrual cycle. A history of hormonal birth control can also affect hormonal imbalances in your body, causing menstrual cycles to be smooth. We cannot predict when fertility will come and when eggs will be produced.
Therefore ultrasound examination can assess more accurately related to gestational age and fetal condition. Calculations based on the last menstruation cannot be used as a benchmark for gestational age given the history of your menstrual cycle that was not smooth before.
I suggest you to check with your obstetrician regularly to assess the condition of your pregnancy. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps