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    Default Re: Baby too small?

    I was told at 36 weeks that dd was measuring small and they were worried about iugr, talking about induction. I was sent for a scan and the sonographer said she was on the smaller side, but I was already 2cm dilated and she was ready to go, hence the fundal height measurements being so far behind and also that dh & I aren't tall people, what were the expecting? She was born at 39+5 perfectly healthy and mid range


    ETA, the sonographer also found that I was mostly baby (only as much fluid as she needed) so that played a role in my smaller measurements.

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    Thanks girls. Have another scan tomorrow morning so ill let u know,


 

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