One of the ovaries will have an ovulation cyst called a haemorrhagic corpus luteum.This ovarian cyst is a normal part of getting pregnant, as the egg forming your baby was released from this cyst.
The gel helps improve contact between the probe and your skin. It involves scanning with the ultrasound probe lying in the vagina.
The yolk sac is the other structure that is usually identified at this early stage.
The yolk sac lies within the gestation sac and looks like a little round circle inside the pregnancy sac.
The probe is then gently inserted a short distance into the vagina.
All transvaginal probes have been cleaned and sterilised according to recommended protocols.
Pregnancy ultrasounds are performed mainly using transabdominal ultrasound.