Intrauterine gestation is a normal finding on a first-trimester ultrasound and means that the pregnancy is taking place inside of the uterus. This is in contrast to ectopic pregnancy that can occur inside of a fallopian ... More »

According to American Pregnancy, a transvaginal ultrasound may be able to detect a pregnancy as early as 4 weeks of gestation. It will take at least a week longer to detect any proof of pregnancy with a transabdominal ul... More »

According to the American Pregnancy Association, the purpose of a 7-week ultrasound is to confirm viable pregnancy, confirm heartbeat, measure the crown-rump length or gestational age, confirm molar or ectopic pregnancy,... More »

Generally, in the sixth month of gestation, the pregnancy is obvious to the majority of people. WebMD points out that most women in the sixth month, weeks 21 to 25, have a noticeable weight gain. More »

According to Parents Magazine, pelvic bone pain during pregnancy can result from the growing baby and uterus. The body is quickly adapting to carrying a baby and must stretch to create adequate space in the pelvic region... More » Health Women's Health Pregnancy

A tubal pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus, generally in the fallopian tube. This type of pregnancy is sometimes also referred to as an ectopic pregnancy and cannot be successful, according to WebMD. More »

Ectopic pregnancy is a rare and dangerous condition that occurs when a fertilized egg implants itself outside of the uterus, but it is treatable. Unlike normal pregnancy, in which a fertilized egg implants itself in the ... More »