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Due for early pregnancy viability scan, some bleeding. What does slight PVB mean ?

Hi I went for an early pregnancy viability scan today due to having some bleeding and there s a few things on the report I don t understand. Firstly my dates say I should be 6+1 weeks but I m measuring at 5+2. Was wondering what slight PVB ment also also it showed bulky right ovary and was wondering this ment. Thanks in advance
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Hi,
PVB means per vaginal bleeding, i.e., bleeding through the vagina. Bulky right ovary indicates that ovulation took place in this ovary and the corpus luteum that has formed as a result of pregnancy makes the ovary bulky. There is sometimes a slight lack of correlation of the exact dates and the period of gestation obtained in a sonogram. If you had regular 28-30 day cycles prior to this pregnancy, then you should see if the disparity exists after a repeat scan after about 2 weeks. Also, your bleeding is of utmost importance at this stage and this needs to be taken care of. Please follow your doctor's instructions. Wish you a safe pregnancy.
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