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We have great toys to entertain big brothers and sisters and plenty of room.This FAQ covers ultrasound information and issues specific to women of size.Big moms are STRONGLY urged to read the FAQ on Ultrasound Safety and Accuracy BEFORE reading this FAQ, so that they can better understand the benefits and risks of ultrasounds before reading about their implications in women of size.So it may still be a little early for fetal pole or heartbeat......Webmd also has a slideshow that shows the growth of the baby....Large pregnant women face even more confusion, since prenatal testing can be slightly harder in this population, and the results can be more confusing.However, since they may be at a somewhat increased risk for problems like neural tube defects, they also face greater pressure than others to have these prenatal tests, even though the tests are often difficult to interpret.The whole team at Baby Moments is dedicated to making your visit safe, pleasurable and memorable. Head over to this page: https://messageboards.webmd.com/family-pregnancy/f/pregnancy/2. Choose the tag from the drop-down menu that clicks most with you (and add it to any posts you create so others can easily find and sort through posts)3. Email us anytime at [email protected] I had an ultrasound yesterday and now feel very scared. I had my first u/s at 5 1/2 weeks and the doctor told me there was no fetal pole..that she couldn't say congradulations quite yet...I was worried no doubt, but at what I thought was 9 weeks, we measured 10 weeks.