After pregnancy, we should observe the pregnancy sac or fetus according to B-ultrasound. In early pregnancy, because the fetus has not yet formed, it usually appears in the form of pregnancy sac, and the size of pregnancy sac will be affected by many factors, so we should pay attention to the pregnancy sac in real time, otherwise it will affect the development of fetus. So what if the gestational sac does not match the cycle?
The size of the gestational sac will affect the embryo development, and there will be differences in the size of the gestational sac in different stages of pregnancy. However, if there is a difference between the size of the gestational sac and the pregnancy cycle, it is actually normal. As long as there is no abnormality in embryo development, there is no need to worry too much.
If this happens, it is necessary to consider whether the cycle time is too long, so the normal development cycle of gestational sac is smaller than the actual one, but the difference is not particularly large, and the high probability is about one week. In addition, it may have something to do with the nutrition of pregnant women. If some reactions to morning sickness may lead to pregnancy after pregnancy, there may be malnutrition in the early stage, or there may be less food, which may cause the nutrition to fail to keep up, thus leading to stunting.
There is a difference between the gestational sac and the actual pregnancy cycle. In fact, don’t worry too much, just make sure that the fetus is developing normally during the prenatal examination, and there won’t be much problem.