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    Thankyou ladies for expressing your own experiences,much appreciated. Femurs that are a little behind seem to be common. I'm still a little worried and just looking forward to seeing him when he is born.

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    Default Femur measurement fallen back

    Hey tinkers, you've probably had your baby by now have you? If not just want to reassure you by saying that I just had my baby and he is perfect! His femurs are 50th percentile and so is his head so nothing like what the scan said

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    congratulations Boxer Dog Lover! Bet you are over the moon with your little one. Enjoy.


 

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