Dating ultrasound no heartbeat
Some people find miscarrying to be relatively painless and quick, others find it very painful.
It can also be very hard to see all the tissue coming out - but some ladies find that it helps to see it go.
Make sure you don't forget the emotional aspect, even if you think you are ok. Hi OP, I'm so sorry you are going through this. I had a blighted ovum and a sac that measured 4.5weeks but I didn't start bleeding for at least three weeks later and that bleeding was heavy and lasted for six weeks.
At one time I had to go to hospital as the pain got too much.
Then I didn't pass all the contents and it took until the next AF to do that and that was heavy too and then it took another three cycles before everything came right.
I recommend a D&C as it gets everything over and done with so you can move on.
So I just had the worst ultrasound experience and now I am freaking out. Everything I've read online tells me I should expect the worst ? Just by the sounds of it, this guy is probably using older or slightly outdated equipment if she had to have a full bladder. Quoting badger75:" So I just had the worst ultrasound experience and now I am freaking out. She said its normal not to be able to hear the heart beat until 11 or 12. 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.For me, I wanted a D&C as soon as possible because the idea of it being inside me was too much.Physically, it was a pretty easy procedure, but it was emotionally difficult - but so would a natural miscarriage be. my first thought was that maybe you have ovulated later than you thought?