Congratulations on your pregnancy! It's understandable that you're eager to see your baby through an ultrasound. At 7 weeks and 4 days, it is not too early for an ultrasound. In fact, this is a common time for doctors to perform what is known as a dating or viability scan. During this scan, the doctor will be able to confirm the presence of a gestational sac, fetal pole, and even detect the baby's heartbeat. It can also help determine if there are any potential issues or complications. However, keep in mind that every pregnancy is unique, and some doctors may prefer to wait until around 8-10 weeks for better visibility and accuracy in measuring the baby's development. It's best to consult with your healthcare provider regarding their specific recommendations and guidelines for scheduling an ultrasound. They will consider factors such as your medical history and any potential risks before determining the ideal timing for your first ultrasound.