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Would PG be seen on ultrasound this early, anyone know?

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walkingout101 Tue 08-Sep-20 12:21:56

I ovulated on 30th August so only 9dpo today, but I had a ultrasound yesterday for some pelvic pain I've been getting. It was external and internal. I wondered if by some miracle I had conceived whether the sono would see anything at all?

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FelicityPike Tue 08-Sep-20 12:37:07

I highly doubt it, but I’m not medically trained.

Drowninginwashing Tue 08-Sep-20 12:38:22

No except maybe thick lining uterus. Might not have even implanted yet

MrsB2019x Tue 08-Sep-20 12:38:24

No, they don’t tend to see anything until about 5-6 weeks. I was scanned for my ectopic at 5+4 and they were quite reluctant because they didn’t think they would see much. They did spot mine but it was very small.

walkingout101 Tue 08-Sep-20 12:40:37

Ok thanks very much. That gives me hope!

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ivfbeenbusy Tue 08-Sep-20 12:50:07

Zero chance

It's probably only just implanting - you won't see anything visible on a screen until hcg levels get over 1500 - for lots of people this is 5 weeks for some a few days earlier/later

TTCROYGBIV Tue 08-Sep-20 16:28:12

@walkingout101 I had a scan yesterday for the same reasons and thought the same but realised they don’t normally see anything unless HCG is about 1500.

I had a 27mm cyst which she said could be from ovulation but I’ll get results tomorrow.

walkingout101 Tue 08-Sep-20 22:09:36

@TTCROYGBIV Oh interesting! Was it a corpus luteum cyst? I've had one of those before.

It was weird, I had wondered about it before I went in for the scan because I'm had a lot of cm. The sonographer started probing around and asked if I'm only any contraception... so I said no, we're TTC and she said "hmm" That made me paranoid maybe she had seen something!!

Normal gynae stuff apparently.

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PetraRabbit Tue 08-Sep-20 22:37:52

I had an ultrasound just before my BFP for fertility check purposes. Must have been about 12DPO?The sonographer clearly saw nothing because the first thing she said was "oh I'm sorry" then gave me a list of all the reasons I probably wasn't that fertile. The baby's now coming up to a year old so.....

TTCROYGBIV Thu 10-Sep-20 15:06:47

@walkingout101 mine apparently is a haemorrhagic cyst, and it’s collapsing. Not sure what caused it. My big ones a few months ago (4.2cm and 4.8cm on right ovary) were haemorrhagic cysts as well.

I think I’m just prone to them tbh.

She did think that’s why I might not have had af return for 8 weeks. My lining is 7mm. Tbh I have no idea what any of it means anymore!

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