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Question: Today i went for scanning... doctor told baby is 6week and 5days but there is no heartbeat....
Doctor give me susten 200mg tablet and told that come after 10days .....
What to do
Answer: Hello dear
As ur baby is too small at 6th week so it is little difficult to listen heartbeat now at 6th week. But do not worry It is too early to feel or see any cardiac activity at 6 weeks. We cannot get clear idea about about fetal pole. In fact, during the first 10 weeks of pregnancy, fetal heart rate is almost always confirmed by using an ultrasound machine, which uses soundwaves to pick up a baby's heart beat from within the uterus.
Question: Hello doctor ...in my second scan it was showing 6 week and no fetal pole doctor told me to abort ,but i want to wait for few weeks is there any problem ...plz reply soon am very worried
Answer: You can wait till 7 to 8 weeks and do the scan again... Sometimes fetal pole seen in 7 weeks so don't worry.
Question: mam I am 7 week 2 days pregnant yesterday I went for ultra sound scanning but they didn't hear baby's heartbeat and image only yolk sac is visible and my TSH level is 5. 48 so doctor told me that due to thyroid level baby's growth will be slow so they asked me to come after 2 weeks is anything serious mam
If you have been to Doctor for the USG at 7 weeks and only gestational sac is seen without fetal pole, there are chances that the Doctor might ask you to do a Transvaginal Ultrasound or an USG after couple of weeks as this could be able to detect the fetal pole.
Its normal in many pregnancies, dont worry do as the Doctor say and thyroid does affect but your future reports will reveal more on the growth part..
Dont worry you will be on medication which wud bring your levels under control..if proper medications are taken it will not affect the child.
The baby will undergo a metabolic screening test after delivery which in most of the cases proved the baby to be safe.
And sometimes food can aggravate the thyroid levels. So avoiding cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, turnip, radishes, peanut, soyabean, kale, spinach can also help maintaining thyroid levels. Limit the sugar intake to balance the thyroid levels. Increase the intake of good fats like avocados, olive oil, salmon, ghee.