We had an unexpected surprise in our e-mail box today our almost 12 week scan.... We are so happy but we have our fingers crossed for things to continue this way we know how delicate this journey is. Note that troublesome little subchorionic bleed has resolved.
There is a single, live intrauterine pregnancy.
The placenta is along the posterior uterine wall extending up to the fundus.
No evidence of placenta previa seen.
The foetus is in unstable presentation.
Foetal movements and heart activity are present. FHR ---- 166 B / M.
CRL measures 4.6 cm. which corresponds to 11.4 weeks.
Nuchal translucency is 0.9 mm.
Presence of nasal bone is observed.
Ductus venosus blood flow is normal.
There is no evidence of a subchorionic bleed.
The lower uterine segment appears normal. Cervix: 3.8 cm.
Bilateral adnexa are normal.
IMPRESSION: SINGLE, LIVE, INTRAUTERINE PREGNANCY IS PRESENT.
BY ET, THE GA IS 11 W. 2 D. EDD: 22.11.10.
BY FIRST USG (3.4.10), THE GA IS 11 W. 1 D. EDD: 23.11.10.
BY PRESENT USG, THE GA IS 11 W. 4 D.
SUGGEST: A FOLLOW UP SCAN AFTER 9 WEEKS TO RULE OUT CONGENITAL ANOMALIES.