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So a few of you know that i got put on a medication to help raise my progesterone level. Well I just can't seem to ease my pain of worrying about whether or not i'm miscarrying, until i get my ultrasound. My dr. said she would take an u/s tomorrow for me, but that she's worried i won't have a heartbeat yet.
I'll be 6 weeks, so shouldn't i be able see a hearbeat by then? I see a ton of posts of women getting their ultrasounds at 5 to 6 weeks, and see a heartbeat. Do i have anything to worry whether or not i'll see it?
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561451 tn?1257479950
Sometimes you can't see the heartbeat that early.  It all depends on the baby!  I'd maybe wait a week if you can!  Then you should beable to see the heartbeat!
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I have read some post of women who didn't have a heartbeat yet and they were 6 weeks. I was 6 weeks and 4 days when I had my ultrasound and a heartbeat so if you can wait a little longer do it but if you can't and you go in and don't see a heart beat don't fret go in a a few days to a week and have them look again.
562884 tn?1279635934
My RE refused to do one until 8weeks, (6 weeks after conception) he said that it is wasteful worry over a heartbeat, imagine if you don't see one, and most likely there is nothing wrong you will be distraut for no reason. I'd try to wait another week! Good luck dear!
554628 tn?1362781519
i agree wait at least a week bc there are times you can see hb at that age and other times you can not with my first pregnancy i was 6 wks 2 days and we saw a hb but that doesnt always happen. try to wait.
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