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Question: In my first trimester scan there found a serous fibrosis is it will lead to miscarriage
Answer: Dear because pregnancy increases the production of estrogen there may be accelerated fibroid growth. Although most women with fibroids do not experience complications during pregnancy, 10 to 30 percent of pregnant women do have abdominal pain accompanied by light vaginal bleeding.
Your doctor may recommend ultrasound examinations to see whether yourfibroid is growing or likely to cause complications. If you are experiencing pain due to fibroids then please use heating pads, or use a prescription or pain medication that is safe for use by pregnant women. Hope this helps.
Question: Hi..i am 6 week 3 days pregnant.. today I went for ultrasound..there yoc sac was there but no fetal pole as well as no heartbeat found..is this is serious issue?
Answer: Hello dear,
I am 11 week pregnant. When i was 6 week 2 days, i took ultrasound. There was yolk sac. But no fetal pole, no heartbeat. Doctor suggested rescan after a week or two. Also, my doctor (who is having lot of experience) said its too early to hear heartbeat. Minimum of 50 days from LMP is required generally to hear heartbeat. Luckily, some women hear heartbeat at 6 week, but not all. I took rescan at 8 weeks 0 days and saw my little one's heartbeat. Stay hopeful. Good luck. Also, mark the answer helpful if it helps.
Question: I am 6 week pregnant according to ultrasound scan but there is no heartbeat, Is it normal??
Dear If you're only 6 weeks, then that's normal. The fetal pole is a thickening on the margin of the yolk sac of a fetus during pregnancy. It is usually identified at 8 weeks with abdominal ultrasound imaging, and 7 weeks with vaginal ultrasound imaging. However it is quite normal for the fetal pole and heart beat both not to be audible n not be visible until about 9 weeks. The heart usually starts beating some where in the 6th-8th week. So don't worry at all, just give it some time. Congrats on your pregnancy!