I am 5wks pregnant and I went to the hospital to have an u/s done, but the doctor couldn't find anything. I also had blood work done as well but my levels weren't high enough to determine anything. Should I be worried? Are you supposed to see anything this early on in pregnancy.?
Scan wise? In the UK they don't really do a scan till you're 12/13 weeks as it's past the 'danger zone' .. Looks wise... I start showing around week 18/19.cut you stop getting morning sickness during the first trimester don't start worrying, I never suffered with morning sickness at all to the point I didn't realise I was pregnant till I was 8 weeks gone and here I am now 3 days over due lol :)
5wks is too soon to see anything,the baby doesnt develop so big for u/s to detect. My wife didn't have morning sickness until 45 days,and 48 days she did US and only sac be seen. No worrying,some people in here China see fatel pole even 52 days. It is definitely normal and common thing. Everytying will be ok!
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