Your results are presented in a two-page printed report for you to forward to your GP/midwife/obstetrician.
The details are also securely saved on our fetal database so that we are able to monitor the growth of your baby during future scans.
"The external genitalia -- the vulva or penis and scrotum -- are not actually external until about 13 weeks." You may want to wait until your later ultrasounds, such as your 20-week anatomy scan, for a more definitive answer.
"The accuracy of the ultrasounds increases as gestational age advances," says Bart Putterman, M.
I went in for a follow-up today and they are saying my due date is now June 24. We were not trying to get pregnant and had unprotected sex only once that month, and I know within a day or two when that happened.
When I went in for an almost 20 week ultrasound, I measured 2 weeks behind.
Just wanting to know if any others have had an EDD from a scan that was different to the EDD calculated based on their LMP (last menstrual period).
Either my husband has superman sperm, or something is off...
Pregnancy is dated from the first day of the last menstrual period, so at four weeks, a woman is just due for a menstrual period.
At 4.5 to 5 weeks, a gestational sac may be seen in the uterus using transvaginal ultrasound, Joseph Woo, M.
My period due date for first son was Jan 19th, the ultrasound one was Feb 12ts, my son was born on Jan 13th My period due date for second son was Jan 13th, ultrasound date was Feb 6th , my son was born Feb 6th So first one period date was right ultrasound was wrong, second one period was wrong ultrasound was right lol..this new baby.knows?? For your original question, though, my US was accurate to within a day right along... And I know the dates without a doubt as we used IVF to have LO.
2nd trimester has a higher margin of error, I think could be up to two weeks?