Why Did You Say That You Were Pregnant Six Weeks A Month Later And Were Not Even Pregnant?
Good evening, I want to ask, am I late for a month, when the test results are positive, I immediately ask the midwife to say there is a new midwife said 6 weeks, when I check again in the month now, but the midwife said there is no, but there are signs of pregnancy like nausea, dizziness and weakness.
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First of all, you should explain in more depth about a number of things:
When was the first day of your last period? When did you do the pregnancy check up and check up with the midwife for the first time? What checks are performed by midwives and what is meant by "none"? Is there no pregnancy bag? There is no fetus? Or there is no fetal heart rate? The things above are very important to know the normal and abnormal conditions of fetal development and antenatal care.
In general, when the results of the test pack examination are carried out (usually when experiencing a late period), the gestational age of a woman is at least 4 weeks. Ultrasound examination by ultrasound will usually be recommended when the gestational age has reached at least 6 weeks (usually it will be recommended at 8-9 weeks). At this gestational age it can usually be seen that there are pockets of pregnancy, fetus, and heart rate through transvaginal ultrasound examination.
If what your midwife means is that there is no heart rate through doppler ultrasound examination (a device that is only taped to the abdomen and sounds, no monitor screen), then normally normal fetal heart rate will be heard through doppler ultrasound at 10 pregnancy -12 weeks.
If there are certain things that you are worried about, you can consult directly with your midwife or obstetrician. You can also clarify your question and ask again to get a more directed answer.
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