FINDINGS: A single intrauterine gestation is identified with a crown-rump length of approximately 11 weeks 6 days. Fetal heart rate is approximately 184 beats per minute. There is a small hypoechoic area visualized within the subchorionic region suspicious for a small subchorionic hemorrhage. A small yolk sac is present.

Michelle - posted on 04/30/2015 ( 1 mom has responded )

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These are my findings at my last doctor's visit. Anyone else find these a concern? The doctor didn't seem concerned... I was on bed rest my last pregnancy. Maybe I should take it easy on this one?

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Michelle - posted on 05/02/2015

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We really don't know. Your doctor is the best person to discuss this with.

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