No fetal pole at 9 weeks

If, however, you go to the follow-up ultrasound and there's still no sign of a fetal pole (or a gestational sac, which looks like white rim around a clear center), a miscarriage has likely occurred. 3  In some cases, the empty gestational sac can remain intact for a number of weeks before miscarriage symptoms appear No fetal pole at 9weeks. I had passed a small clot ( 1/2 the size if a dime (tues) I had brown spotting after with a bad back ache and period like cramping which lasted overnight. Friday I went in for a scan for sono to say my bladder wasn't full enough and she would have to do the vag ultrasound. I was 9weeks on wed

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  1. I had a scan Tuesday at 9 weeks to be told only gestational sac no yolk go fetal pole no embryo. Was shocked to say the least. Sonographer advised me to see gp to get tablets to start of miscarriage, I have had no bleeding no cramps and still have full pg symptoms. The sca measured 8 weeks also
  2. Yep. My doc prepared me for miscarriage at 8 or 9 wks Because there was no fetal pole or heartbeat. But they found one at an ultrasound a few weeks later. My dates were probably off b/c I'm about to deliver a healthy baby girl any day
  3. Berni2. Hi I am 9.5 weeks and from my 7th week the u/s shows no fetal pole and no heartbeat. Today I had another sono as I have one every week, with same results. My gestational sac has grown from last week 25mm to 33mm. My pregnancy hormone level 2weeks ago 32k, 1week ago 26k, and today 12k. I am told this is a sure miscarry

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HI Your doctor may repeat the ultrasound in one week to see if a fetal pole can be seen at this point. If after another week there is still no fetal pole at 9 weeks, then it is possible that you may have miscarried. If this is the case then your doctor may then initiate therapy to allow the other products of conception to leave your body The fetal pole is usually identified at ~6.5 weeks with transabdominal ultrasound imaging and at ~6 weeks 2 with transvaginal ultrasound imaging, although it may not be seen until ~9 weeks in some cases. a fetal pole should be seen when MSD ≥16 mm on TVS (by RCOG criteria), or MSD ≥25 mm on TA I just had a 6 week transvaginal ultrasound and the gestational sac measured 5 weeks 6 days. There was a yolk sac but no visible fetal pole. My pregnancy symptoms have really subsided in the past few days and I am worried something may be wrong. I am scheduled for a second ultrasound in 2 weeks. I am concerned this may indicate a blighted ovum.. No Fetal Heartbeat After Seven Weeks Gestation. If you are past seven weeks pregnant, seeing no heartbeat may be a sign of miscarriage. But there are many exceptions to the heartbeat by seven weeks rule. You've likely heard of people who were certain they had miscarried or were not pregnant, and then went on to have a normal pregnancy

6 week ultrasound, no fetal pole or heartbeat Pregnant Again after Abortion 6 1/2 weeks ago Silent Miscarriage, trying to conceive for 3 years 6 weeks pregnant, heartbeat found, but passing clots 6 weeks and no heartbeat missed abortion at 7 wks, pregnancy symptoms still at 13 wk The tech said my gestational sac was measuring 7 weeks (when the div guesstimated me at 6) and she saw a yolk sac but no fetal pole whatsoever. The doctors won't even give me another slip to get levels done again or another ultrasound. I have to make an appointment to go in to talk about it no fetal pole seen means in hindi | No fetal pole at 6 weeks | Fetal pole not seen#nofetalpole #fetalpolenotseen #nofetalpoleseenHi guys Iss video main mai.. By then, if all is well and the pregnancy is viable, the yolk sac and possibly the fetal pole (a curved structure that will eventually develop into the baby) will be visible. What's Going On? No yolk sac at 6 weeks of gestation may mean either that the pregnancy is less than 6 weeks along or there has been a miscarriage

I'm 7 weeks and 6 days pregnant (according to an app) based on my lmp. I had confirmed my pregnancy by 5 hpts and 1 blood test. Today was my first visit with the OB. We did the ultrasound, we saw the uterus and yolk sac but no fetal pole. I asked the doctor if it indicates an ectopic pregnancy and the doctor said that the yolk sac is inside the. I thought I was about 7/8 weeks but scan showed measurements at 6 weeks with no fetal pole. Pregnancy was not successful. My next i never went for early scan, we waited for 12 week scan to be told baby had died at 8 weeks. Both situations were horrendous but I would definitely rather know sooner than later At 7 weeks, your baby should be about 5 to 9 millimeters (mm) in size and the gestational sac will be about 18 to 24 mm. At this point, fetal development is on a fast track and making large leaps. Dr. Andrew Silverman answered. 49 years experience Fertility Medicine. No heart beat on U/S: Seeing a sac with fetal pole at 6 weeks is normal and I would have expected cardiac activity. Possibly it's somewhat delayed

03/01/2011 13:29. Subject: Re:no fetal pole, post-ivf u/s 6 wks 2 days. Anonymous. Ladies, 6 weeks is still early to see a heartbeat in many cases. Most doctors wait until 8-9 weeks to do an ultrasound not to upset the mother. So be optimistic. I am keeping my fingers crossed for both of you No fetal pole at 9 weeks success stories. They 1st told me since my levels went from 2973 on friday to 5843 today that my pain is probably the cyst. The second, there was a heartbeat, but the embryo had not developed on schedule, and I miscarried at 9 weeks. While some women experience those pesky, PMS-like early pregnanc Aug 24, 2018 · Fetal.

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  1. Dec 20, 2009 · 6 Week Ultrasound, No Fetal Pole or Heartbeat- HCG Levels at 35,000 - Boston,MA Updated on December 20, 2009 M. When a woman takes fertility medications, the HCG levels increase. High HCG levels, no heartbeat at 8 weeks. She said it was all very strange, and because of the small size of the sac (20mm-from memory), the date of my.
  2. ute around 6-8 weeks usually predicts a miscarriage. Light Bleeding Mild Cramping 7 weeks 5 days pregnant fetal pole present but no heartbeat detected When is fetal heartbeat possible to detect Miscarriage No Bleeding, No Cramps, No Problems Jul 02, 2015 · I've had no bleeding or spotting or cramping
  3. 9 weeks pregnant but no fetal pole : Hi all, i found out I was pregnant last Friday at emergency due to sharp pain on the left side. So immediately the doc at the hospital thought it could be a ectopic pregnancy. after an ultrasound they briefly told me that it wasn't an ectopic pregnancy and that they could see a sac with apparently a feral pole but no yolk sac. so the doctor.
  4. week 9 no fetal pole, please advice: My lmp is 30th dec '13. I have first u/s dn on 24th feb n i may be 8 week as lmp. But in scan dr. Only found gest. Sac but there is progress in gest.sac than last u/swhich is at 16 th dueto some brown dis. And so he said to wait and second u/s is 3 rd march at 9 week and still not found HB or FP but found yolk sac attached with one more.

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Question: 7 th week of pregnancy, there is no cardiac and fetal pole in ultrasound Answer : Hi fetal pole is thickening on the margin of yolk sac .usually it can identified at 6 weeks through transvaginal scan, at 7 weeks through trans abdominal scan.some time it may take 7-9 weeks to appear .take care And all the bes 6 week ultrasound, no fetal pole or heartbeat Pregnant Again after Abortion 6 1/2 weeks ago Silent Miscarriage, trying to conceive for 3 years 6 weeks pregnant, heartbeat found, but passing clots 6 weeks and no heartbeat missed abortion at 7 wks, pregnancy symptoms still at 13 wk

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If your dates are absolutely correct you really should be seeing a fetal pole and hb at this point. I was pg in May went for an u/s at 7 weeks and there was a gest sac and yolk sac but that was all. Blood work showed I had more than great hcg levels but my progesterone was low at only 3. Two days later I m/c No fetal pole on U/S :* ( **UPDATED**. LaurenAndBrian. February 2011. in 1st Trimester. Hi there, I had my lmp January 5th, 2010. I had a positive opk January 21st. I was soooo excited on Feb 1st when I got the faintest BFP, and on Feb 3rd when I got a bfp on a digital. I went on Feb 7 to my doctors to have my pregnancy confirmed, that day they.

You're pregnant and there's no heartbeat at 9 weeks, and maybe still no heartbeat at10 weeks pregnant. Is this normal? The lack of audible heartbeat can be frightening if you don't know what to expect. But the truth is, at least for most cases, no heartbeat at 9 weeks pregnant is normal At 5.5 weeks unfortunately it can really go either way. No fetal pole does NOT mean anything with 100% certainty this early. So there is hope for you. Hopefully someone can chime in with experience with this either way. My RE wouldn't do an ultrasound before 6 weeks Ultrasound Just Before 9 Weeks. At almost 9 weeks, my doctor was stunned when the tech found my baby with a very strong heartbeat. We'd completely skipped over the yolk sac and fetal pole and went straight to a wonderfully formed, if not small looking, one-and-a-half-weeks-behind baby! To say my doctor was stunned was an understatement NO FETAL POLE AT 10 WEEK. radz34 20/10/18. Hello to everyone. I am really sad from last morning. I didn't felt any cramping , bleeding , pain and I went to doctor for just my usg at 10 week and actual it was 8 week as per my report. doc said there is no fetal pole and msd is 31.99 mm. and said that its a miss abortion and directed me for D&C 10th week.. no fetal pole, no heartbeat neither any symptoms of pregnancy.. !!: As I had mentioned in my earlier post that I am in my 10th week but no fetal pole neither heartbeat is seen.. Also I am not experiencing any symptoms such has nausea, vomitting.. Only breast tenderness is there which is on & off. Has anybody experienced something like this & later have seen.

A week later I had an ultra-sound and was told there were two sacs, one empty and one with a yolk and fetal pole. At 9 weeks and 3 days I went for another ultra sound and was told it had not changed. Still an empty sac and one with yokd and fetal pole. My OB said there should be signs of a fetus and heartbeat and said I should have a D&C No Fetal Pole at 8 Weeks! I just went for a scan today and I'm 8weeks as per LMP and 1week behind as per the scan which was done 10 days ago. So 7weeks today as per scan. No Fetal pole was visible. Has anyone experienced something similar and Fetal pole visible at 9weeks or so? I'm so devastated Between 5 ½ to 6 ½ weeks, a fetal pole or even a fetal heartbeat may be detected by vaginal ultrasound. The fetal pole is the first visible sign of a developing embryo. If a vaginal ultrasound is done and no fetal pole or cardiac activity is seen, another ultrasound scan should be done in 3-7 days 6 week ultrasound, no fetal pole or heartbeat 6.6 weeks pregnant no fetal pole. ultrasound shows no fetal pole?! No heart beat on my 6th weeks of pregancy 9 weeks pregnant but u/s measures only 6 weeks?? a sac is shown, but no fetal pole emergency scan @ 8 weeks : baby measuring 6 weeks, fetal pole but no heartbeat I am currently having what sounds like a very similar experience. I went in for a regular ultrasound at 9 weeks and I measured only 6.5 weeks and no heartbeat. They took my HCG levels which were around 53,000 then 2 days later went down to 51,000. My dr. told me I'm having a miscarriage and could either wait and go natural or D&C

2/28/2015 at 9:31 AM. In answer to. Anonymous. Hi Laura, my story was almost identical to yours, multiple miscarriages, scanned at 6 wks and saw empty sac, scanned at 7 weeks saw sac and yolk but no pole or heartbeat, scanned at 8 weeks saw heartbeat. By 13 weeks baby had pretty much caught up with where it should be according to my LMP The doctor may point out the gestational sac, the yolk sac and the fetal pole. Inside your week 9 pregnant belly, baby's working on that cuteness, developing more distinct facial features. And baby might now have a strong enough heartbeat to be picked up by a fetal doppler. At 9 weeks pregnant, miscarriage risk is on a lot of women's minds May be too early: The earliest you could expect to see a fetal pole on vaginal ultrasound is 6 weeks, but it might not be seen until 9 weeks gestation.If everything else is ok, relax and try not to worry for 3 weeks, then consider getting checked again. Good luck No fetal pole but increasing HCG. Michelle937 20/10/14. I went for my first scan yesterday and they could not find a fetal pole and sack only suggests 6 weeks (I thought I was 8, but could be wrong). US tech didn't sound confident & suggested I go back to the doc for blood tests which I did. My doctor called me in this morning for the results The fetal pole is the earliest visual evidence of a developing fetus during very early pregnancy. A transvaginal ultrasound can detect a fetal pole at around 6 weeks gestational age as a 1-2 mm oval structure. In a viable pregnancy, the fetal pole will continue to develop into a fetus and eventually to a fully formed infant

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  1. weeks in the fetal medicine unit (FMU) as part of the 1st trimester Fig. 1. U ltrasound pictures illustrating the measurement of embryonic length. In pregnancies at less than 7 weeks of gesta-tion, the embryonic crown and rump can-not be visualised and therefore the great-est length of the embryo is measured (left, 3 mm). From 7 weeks onwards.
  2. Answer: hi dear! fetal pole is from where the baby will develop dear. so if its not seen at 7 weeks dear then it will not be seen as by now the heartbeat should be visualised. so dear its better if you take tablets and abort the baby dear i m so sorry telling you this but if you want you can wait for a week and see the scans again dear. but even at 7 weeks no fetal pole means that the.
  3. 212. Likes Received: 86. I went to the dr for my first scan and I am 6 weeks 1 day and only had a gestational sac and yolk sac. No fetal pole. I have to go back next Tuesday to rescan. She said either it's too early still or that the baby didn't develop
  4. No fetal heartbeat detectable at 5 weeks 6 days ultrasound. littlewadsworth. I had my first ultrasound (with the vaginal wand) and they estimated me to be at 5 weeks 6 days. I did in vitro. They confirmed the presence of a gestational sac, yolk sac and fetal dipole, but could not detect a heartbeat
  5. 0. My daughter is 16 and she went for an ultrasound on (3/5/12) and she was 6 weeks 5 days, according to her LMP. Well there was the ges. sac and the yolk sac but no fetal pole. The tech said the sac measured 5 weeks 2 days. She went to her Dr. the next day (3/6/12) and had her HCG level checked and it was 15, 212 then had it rechecked on Thurs.
  6. The diagnosis of a miscarriage was made if in the presence of a fetal pole > 10 mm there was no fetal heart activity or if the gestational sac diameter was > 25 mm but no fetal pole could be demonstrated. which decreased by about 1% per week from 9.6% at 7 weeks to 2.3 at 14 weeks 22
  7. al ultrasound imaging and at ~6 weeks 2 with transvaginal ultrasound imaging, although it may not be seen until ~9 weeks in some cases. When the fetal pole measures ≥7 mm, a fetal heartbeat should be detected

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Early scan, 7 weeks gest sac, yolk sac, but no fetal pole. Miscarriage. 6 weeks, 4 days pregnant. No fetal pole. Miscarriage. No heartbeat at 9 weeks. mic43njd. 10/08/2009 at 8:31 pm my last MP was 9/2/16, making me roughly 6 weeks 3days Pregnant. Previously i've had 4 miscarriages followed by an ectopic then i managed to carry and have my son. ( Now 19 months) I went for an early scan on Tuesday ( 6 weeks) to check pregnancy was in correct place and viability. I saw the pregnancy ( yolk sac) but no Fetal pole or Heartbeat. By my LMP (16.04.13) I should have been 8+1. At the scan they could see the gestational sac, the yolk sac, and the baby (fetal pole) and everything was in the right place, however they told us the baby was only measuring 6.3mm which suggested a 6 week pregnancy, not an 8 week one. There was also no heartbeat visible No fetal pole at 6 week scan. Hi everyone - my wife and I had our first ultrasound yesterday (6 weeks 5 days). Sac was clearly visible but doctor said she could not find a fetal pole. She advised to stop meds (pio shots, estrogen patch, oral estrogen pills) and to expect miscarriage within the week. Sad and disappointed is an understatement but. No fetal heartbeat at 5 weeks 5 days. I just had an ultrasound last week (at 5 weeks, 5 days), and there was no yolk sac or heartbeat. But the HcG levels are fine, and my dr. was unwilling to state there is anything to worry about yet. She told me to come back in 10 days. I am definitely feeling extremely tired, more so than my last pregnancy

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No fetal pole at 5 weeks 4 days. Last Sunday my boyfriend took me to the emergency room because I was bleeding so heavily. After doing a transvaginal ultrasound they found a subchorionic hematoma adjacent to the gestational sac I have never been so scared in my entire life. I thought I was loosing the baby. I bled with my first child & thought. hi doc my lmp was 3 nove 2011 but my ges age is only 6 weeks. on my 50th day scan it showed ges sac yolk sac crl4.4 heartbeat 62bpm bu within 2 days they said tthat no fetal pole or yolk san,please let.. In 7 weeks: at a range of 126 to 149 BPM from the start to the end. In 8 weeks: at a range of 149 to 172BPM from the start to the end. In 9 weeks:at a range of 155 to 195 BPM from the start to the end. Average heartbeat can be 175BPM. In week 9, the heartbeat of the fetus will speed up to the normal fetal BPM—120-180 BPM

Empty sac. No pole. No heart beat. Went back 4 days later on a Friday at 7w and the entire embryo had appeared out of nowhere with 8 days growth in only 4 days! I'm now 7 months and my little guy measures consistently 1 week ahead. Note: I've had a SCH the entire pregnancy but no bleeding since that 1 incident The 6mm fetal pole had been seen previously on the internal scan. I have read of many people who they didn't see any fetal pole until 10-12 weeks, so I don't know how they can say it so definitely is a failed pregnancy * I am aware that I am an entitled to choose how to deal with this (wait or ERPC etc) what upsets me so much is the incredible. A fetal heartbeat may first be detected by a vaginal ultrasound as early as 5 1/2 to 6 weeks after gestation. That's when a fetal pole, the first visible sign of a developing embryo, can.

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6 Week Ultrasound, No Fetal Pole or Heartbeat- HCG Levels at 35,000 - Boston,MA. This is my first pregnancy and I had my first ultrasound today. My cycles are irregular but an at home ovulation test kit said that I ovulated exactly 6 weeks and 2 days ago. I times intercourse based on that (that day and the following day) 12 weeks pregnant, no heartbeat. 6 weeks and no heartbeat.....normal? 5 weeks 4 days pregnant no baby on ultrasound Small yolk sac no heartbeat @ 6 weeks ultrasound is done at 6 to 7 weeks and a heartbeat is not detected Light Bleeding Mild Cramping 7 weeks 5 days pregnant fetal pole present but no heartbeat detected No heart beat at the ultrasoun A fetal pole, and likely a heartbeat, would be seen at this point. I am sorry, it is a really tough thing to go through. If you were having symptoms I would say you could just be a few days off and they didn't see a fetal pole or HB for my current pregnancy until after 6 weeks 4 days, but without symptoms as well as no progress between your last US and this one a week apart, it doesn't sound.

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In general, if the MSD is ≥25 mm and no fetal pole or yolk sac can be identified on endovaginal scanning, then this suggests a failed pregnancy (anembryonic pregnancy). In a normal early pregnancy, the diameter of the yolk sac should usually be <6 mm while its shape should be near spherical The gestational sac (GS) is the first sign of early pregnancy on ultrasound and can be seen with endovaginal ultrasound at approximately 3-5 weeks gestation when the mean sac diameter (MSD) would approximately measure 2-3 mm in diameter.. A true gestational sac can be distinguished from a pseudogestational sac by noting:. its normal eccentric location: it is embedded in endometrium, rather. No fetal heartbeat at 6 weeks 5 days : Yesterday I went to doctor for cardiac scan at 6 weeks 5 days. As per report , I am having gestational sac of 12mm , yolk sac of 2.4 mm and fetal pole of 1.4 mm but no heartbeat. I am scared like hell. My doctor told me to visit after 7-10 days for cardiac scan once again . Doctor explained me that I might be case of delayed conception No fetal pole at 6 weeks 5 days: Just had my first ultrasound after a successful IVF however gyno thinks I'm likely to miscarry. Sac and yolk were there but not fetal pole. Anyone had any success stories after a similar situation? Could it be too early? - BabyCenter Australi An empty yolk sac (no fetal pole) almost certainly means that there was insufficient development of the embryo after 6 weeks -- in other words, there was a miscarriage

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I went for an ultrasound at 8 weeks, 1 day pregnant and my measurements indicated that I was 8 weeks, 6 days pregnant. There was no fetal pole found. The yolk sac is measuring 8.6 mm. I am doing HCG/progesterone testing every other day -- so far all levels are within range. I am going for a follow up ultrasound at 10 weeks pregnant Hi, I so feel for everyone's situation. I went to EPU to be told the same last Friday. I have a healthy sac measuring 6 weeks 5 days but no yolk or fetal pole. I have a little pain but no bleeding or spotting. We are back on Saturday 14 Dec to see if there is any change. I can honestly say this has been the longest week of my life When should you see fetal pole? The fetal pole is a thickening on the margin of the yolk sac of a fetus during pregnancy. It is usually identified at six weeks with vaginal ultrasound and at six and a half weeks with abdominal ultrasound. However it is quite normal for the fetal pole to not be visible until about 9 weeks The fetal pole is usually identified at ~6.5 weeks with transabdominal ultrasound imaging and at ~6 weeks 2 with transvaginal ultrasound imaging, although it may not be seen until ~9 weeks in some cases. When the fetal pole measures ≥7 mm, a fetal heartbeat should be detected

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my wife is 9 weeks pregnant there is no fetal pole present & yolk sac not visualised, kindly advise MD. Hi thanks for using HCM. Confirm with blood HCG level for pregnancy and also to check for the duration with the level of HCG. Get done one USG abdomen and pelvis to rule out any ectopic pregnancy since at this time she.. No fetal pole at 5weeks 6days and spotting. I will be exactly 6 weeks tomorrow. I started spotting on Monday. My beta hcg was 11,000 yesterday and today I had an ultrasound and there was not a fetal pole visible. My doctor told me that with numbers this high there should be a visible fetal pole, not just the gestational and yolk sacs But with blood work and a confirmation with ultrasound -I only measured around 4 weeks. My doctor seemed confused and so was I. We believe I may have ovulated later. About 2 weeks later (today), I went into my second ultrasound. I'm 6 weeks and the tech seen a sac but no fetal pole. I know it may be too early, but it really is a bummer Your dates may be a bit off and that could be the reason no fetal pole is visible. I am currently 12 weeks pregnant and at my first appointment at 5 weeks all that could be seen was the sac, at least my Dr. did not mention the fetal pole and I could not see it at all in the u/s. Had a second u/s at 8 weeks and baby was doing just fine with a. Your baby's heart starts to beat as early as the 5th week (or 22 days) of pregnancy . This is when the first sign of developing embryo called a fetal pole is visible. If you go for an early ultrasound scan, around the 6th week, you will get to hear as well as see the baby's heart beating

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The fetal pole grows at a rate of about 1 mm a day, starting at the 6th week of gestational age. Thus, a simple way to date an early pregnancy is to add the length of the fetus (in mm) to 6 weeks. Using this method, a fetal pole measuring 5 mm would have a gestational age of 6 weeks and 5 days I tested positive on December 10th of 2018 which should make me 9 weeks. I went to the Er as my insurance won't let me get in to an ob until at least 2/1. I had an ultrasound & it does not look good. They found a 22.5mm gestational sac but no fetal pole, saying it measured at 7 weeks 1 day Messages: 4,431. Likes Received: 13. I feel you! I went today, should be 7 weeks from lmp. Had gestational sac and yolk sac, no fetal pole. Hcg is over 5,000. I have levels redrawn Saturday and Monday and I go back the 18th for another ultrasound Answer: Hi fetal pole is thickening on the margin of yolk sac .usually it can identified at 6 weeks through transvaginal scan, at 7 weeks through trans abdominal scan.some time it may take 7-9 weeks to appear.so better to repeat scan after 10 days.take care and all the best measuring small/no fetal pole success stories? : I had my dating ultrasound done yesterday and my doctor finally called me today and said the gestational sac is measuring 6 weeks 6 days but they couldn't see anything else including a fetal pole. Based on my lmp I would have been 8 weeks yesterday but my cycles have been long and I know I ovulated later so I would be surprised. By 5 weeks there should be at least a yolk sac present in the gestational sac in the uterus. By six weeks a fetal pole should be seen and 85 to 90% of the time a fetal heart beat is noted by six weeks. If there is no fetal pole or yolk sac present by six weeks, it is unlikely that the pregnancy is normal