What are my chances of seeing a growing foetua with a normal heartbeat when I go for the follow-up ultrasound next week (in 10 days time from the last u/s - expected foetal age should be about 10 weeks on that day, ie if my menstrual cycle period can be relied on at all) ?
We are both extremely disappointed at the outcome of the last u/s and wish we could look forward to some hope of having this baby - inspite of all this history ......
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I went for u/s to get a due date and the u/s showed that the fetus was 8 weeks and no heart beat. You will be in my prayers, hopefully this will happen to you. My cycle was very irregular and I did not know how far long I was. Then about a week after that i started to spott a little but had no cramping.
I went for u/s to get a due date and the u/s showed that the fetus was 8 weeks and no heart beat. You will be in my prayers, hopefully this will happen to you. Went to doc he put me off my feet for 3 wks then the spotting stoped.
For example, antenatal test interpretation may be dependent on gestational age.
Specifically, the level of α-fetoprotein in both amniotic fluid and maternal serum is related to gestational age and when dates are inaccurate test results will be incorrect and misleading.
It can be frightening if you start bleeding during pregnancy.
However, blood loss doesn’t always mean you could be experiencing a miscarriage.
Gestational age, synonymous with menstrual age, is defined in weeks beginning from the first day of the last menstrual period (LMP) prior to conception.
Accurate determination of gestational age is fundamental to obstetric care and is important in a variety of situations.
Another way to find out your due date is by the size of your uterus.