How soon can you tell if your pregnant with an ultrasound
Transvaginal ultrasounds can predict pregnancy at about 4.5-5 weeks gestation. ChaCha on! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-soon-can-you-tell-if-your-pregnant-with-an-ultrasound ]
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- How soon can a ultrasound tell if your pregnant?
- You can tell you are pregnant through ultrasound as early as 4 weeks with a vaginal ultrasound.
- How soon can you tell if you are pregnant using a vaginal ultraso...?
- they did one when i was 3 weeks cause we didnt know how far along i was and said its way to early to see anything.
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