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    Default Baby measuring 28weeks and I'm 30 weeks

    Baby measuring 28 weeks and I'm 30 weeks pregnant. When I had ultrasound at 28+4 he measured at 1253g 2lb 12oz. Really want to know if I will have a big or small baby

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    My Daughter who is now 3 1/2 was the same pretty much the whole way through, however the Doc was never worried as everything else was fantastic, they only usually get concerned if it is accompanied by other things going wrong or you baby stops growing all together. My daughter was born a healthy 7.1lb at 1 1/12 weeks overdue so considering she was so overdue she was small but everything was great. I am only 5' so maybe that's why. Are you a big or small person? In saying all of this I'm not medical expert I can only share my experience. If everything is ok be happy that you probably won't be pushing out a 9 pounder I am now 25 weeks and again at my 20 week scan bub was 1 week behind. Hope this helps

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    Hello, sounds like you might have a good sized healthy baby my friend gave birth at 33 weeks to a 1.4kg baby girl. I've heard of stories where ultrasounds estimating growth can be out. I wouldn't be concerned if I was you


 

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