Dating ultrasound at 8 weeks
I had a missed miscarriage at 12 weeks, and was far enough along that my OB recommended a D&C - after about 12 weeks she said that miscarrying naturally is usually quite traumatic.Earlier than that, it usually comes down to personal choice.Thanks again for the replies and I wish you all the best. Unless you have certain medical conditions it is not usually necessary to have a D&C with a pregnancy loss that early.Mine was a bit similar to yours...at 7 weeks showed sac measuring 5.5 weeks.misoprostal is another option to D&C or natural)Hoping that you get some good news Hi OP, I had a miscarriage at 8 weeks earlier in the year ...You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.I had to go back in for a checkup 10 days later to make sure it had all come out, which it had.
I recommend a D&C as it gets everything over and done with so you can move on.
We kept trying, got pregnant again and lost it but we now have a 6 month old baby boy. I had a D&C for a missed MC (8 weeks) and at the time it was the right decision based on where I was emotionally, however I had complications from the D&C that I was not informed were a possibility.
Before you make a decision please please make sure you are informed of ALL the options and the pros and cons of each (e.g.
I trust my doctor who I'm seeing on Monday but just don't know what to think or feel. Yes, it could work out fine, and yes, it could be a miscarriage coming. If you are very sure of your dates, you really would have expected to have seen a heartbeat by now.
If you are less certain, there could still be a possibility of a happy outcome.I hadn't had any of my pregnancy symptoms for a few weeks and was concerned so went to the GP who referred me for an ultra sound which showed that the baby had stopped growing at 6 to 7 weeks. I would wait another week and have another scan to be sure.