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Pregnancy confirmed by ultrasound, difficulty in finding fetus. Should I be concerned?

my first day of my last period was jan 24 2013, i have had a postive preg test as well as an ultrasound confirming a possible early pregnancy . the u/s was redone looking for further results and the technician was having difficulty finding the fetus . is this something to be concerned about? should my pregnancy be showing more clearly on an ultrasound at this point?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Usually a fetus can be seen on an ultrasound scan at 5 weeks of gestation and cardiac activity in the fetus appears by 7 weeks. In some cases this may be delayed due to a late conception. A repeat scan after 10 days will help in confirmation.
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