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    Default Re: why did the dr measure my tummy?

    Checking uterus size. I was measuring 2 weeks.behind compared to my due date. Dr said may be a smaller baby (last was 8p 10o) and a girl. As it happens I was two days over due when baby made an appearance and it was a boy and definately not smaller 9p 1o. :-)

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    Default why did the dr measure my tummy?

    I have a set of twins too. Fh is aprox 10cms more so at 30 weeks with twins you would be expected to measure 40cms. I'm pregnant with a singleton this time round - 24 weeks, fh is measuring at 25

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    Default why did the dr measure my tummy?

    I have always measured 2 - 4 weeks behind, so I had a ultrasound at 34 weeks to check his size, and he is actually measuring a little big for dates so although it is a good guide to how you are growing it isn't 100% accurate.


 

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