8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: which type of ultrasound is safe?? i mean from up side or from down side??.. i am little worried because my dr did ultrasound from downside last time..

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Answer: Hello Ultrasound scan is very safe no matter how it's done. Being a new mom is scary as u want the best possible things for ur baby. Ultrasound or internal scans are very safe. Xray should not be done as the rays harm the baby. Hope I helped
Answer: Hello dear both are safe dear.. Try not to worry.. in early pregnancy to observe the heartbeat of your baby generally doctors suggest TvS scan which is through vagina..
Answer: Before 10 weeks ultrasound thet will do though ur vergina some times... Don't worry after that they will not do like that
Answer: Hllo dear it doest matter whether s from up or down...dr can do his best ...so nothing to worry...dont take strss..
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