The early stages in life are the most critical time.It is reassuring to know everything is as it should be.Early in pregnancy there maybe few signs to suggest that you are pregnant.You may have had the ‘blue line’ which suggests you are, but to see for sure will give you added reassurance.The heart can be seen beating in the chest area and the stomach, bladder and cord insertion are visible.Chances of pregnancy continuing 98% Baby now measures 35 – 40mm and if the heartbeat is present and the baby measures appropriately for your dates, the chances of the pregnancy continuing is 99.4%.The baby is now measuring approximately 45mm and clearly has a distinguishable head, body, arms and legs.This early pregnancy dating scan (ante-natal scan) is useful for those who: Are experiencing pain or bleeding in the pregnancy Had a previous miscarriages Had a previous ectopic pregnancy Are unsure of date of last menstrual period And for those who need reassurance prior to their NHS scan, now usually performed after 12 weeks.
Ultrasound scanning in early pregnancy can provide that confirmation and peace of mind that you need.
Most women in early pregnancy experience no problems, but not all.
Closer to 7 weeks a fetal pole, the visual start of seeing a baby(s) but still measuring only a few millimetre (the size of a grain of rice) with a heartbeat the chances of pregnancy continuing 78%.
The baby usually measures 10 – 20 mm and a heartbeat can be seen clearly Baby now measures 20 – 30 mm and again a heartbeat is clearly visible.
Our pregnancy ultrasound scans are available seven days a week and appointments are available to suit you.
A small gestation sac in the uterus measuring approximately 3 – 4 mm Within the uterus a small gestation sac and maybe a small yolk sac within it can be seen.