I too just had an U/S. I'm supposed to be 7 weeks and I'm measuring one week and one day earlier (5 weeks and 6 days). My tech said she couldnt hear the heartbeat and that I wouldn't be able to hear the heartbeat. I insisted and told her she had to try please, so she did and she picked it up at 120 beats per minute. My Dr. explained I likely ovulated late, hence the smaller size. I'm a wine drinker so had the same concerns, but in the meantime, sadly, I think you and I just need to be patient.View Thread
I was expecting to be 7 weeks pregnant but the technician said the baby is measuring 5 weeks, 6 days. The doctor didn't seem terribly concerned and said I likely just ovulated late. I'm surprised because I'm really, very regular. And, because I love wine! Before I got pregnant, I would have wine with dinner every night. Anyone else run into this?View Thread
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