I had an ultrasound done june 18th. They had it on my chart that i was 8w4d pregnant. When they did the ultrasound they could only see the sac no baby.. no heartbeat. so they had me do a blood test to check my hormone levels. I went home and looked up my dates .. as i added it up i was only supposed to be 5w5d. Is there any way it was just to early to see to see the baby?? Has this happened to anybody else? I have another ultrasound on july 5th...
Same thing happened to me, I had my u/s Tuesday and there was only a sac we could barely see and no heart beat. We thought I was around ten weeks but obviously more like 5weeks. I rescheduled for the 11th, which seems forever away! The lady said it's probably too soon. So I`m sure everything is fine with your baby :-) . Best of luck!
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