Congratulations on reaching the 7-week mark in your pregnancy! Seeing a heartbeat on an ultrasound is a significant milestone and a reassuring sign that your pregnancy is progressing well. However, it’s natural to have concerns about the chances of miscarriage at this stage.
What Are the Chances of Miscarriage at 7 Weeks Pregnant?
The risk of miscarriage decreases significantly after seeing a heartbeat on an ultrasound. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the risk of miscarriage drops to 5% after a heartbeat is detected at 6-7 weeks. This means that the vast majority of pregnancies with a heartbeat at 7 weeks will continue to a healthy delivery.
It’s important to note that the risk of miscarriage is higher in certain situations, such as if you have a history of miscarriage, are over 35 years old, or have certain medical conditions. Your healthcare provider can help you understand your individual risk factors and provide personalized guidance.
How Can Nao Medical Support You Through Your Pregnancy Journey?
At Nao Medical, we understand that pregnancy can be an exciting but also stressful time. Our team of experienced healthcare providers offers comprehensive prenatal care, including ultrasounds, genetic testing, and nutritional counseling. We also offer mental health services to support your emotional well-being throughout your pregnancy journey.
Our approach to healthcare is patient-centered, meaning that we prioritize your needs and preferences. We offer same-day appointments, minimal wait times, and a technologically driven approach with a comprehensive app and extensive after-hours virtual care. Our exceptional and empathetic staff will make you feel comfortable and supported every step of the way.
Book an Appointment with Nao Medical Today
If you have concerns about your pregnancy or want to learn more about our prenatal care services, book an appointment with Nao Medical today. Our team of experts is here to support you and provide personalized guidance throughout your pregnancy journey.
What are the common signs of miscarriage at 7 weeks pregnant?
- Vaginal bleeding
- Passing tissue or clots
- Decreased pregnancy symptoms
What can I do to reduce my risk of miscarriage?
- Get early and regular prenatal care
- Eat a healthy and balanced diet
- Avoid smoking, alcohol, and drugs
- Manage chronic medical conditions
When should I seek medical attention if I have concerns about my pregnancy?
If you experience any concerning symptoms, such as vaginal bleeding or severe cramping, contact your healthcare provider immediately. It’s always better to err on the side of caution and seek medical attention if you have any concerns.