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    Default those who measured ahead on scans did you stay measuring ahead?

    Following on from my other post of measuring big at 32 w on growth scan, did anyone else have this but then babe levelled out towards then? The decision will be made around 37 weeks as to if I can give birth in the birthcentre. If babe is still measuring ahead they won't let me but it could be an early growth spurt. I calculated he'd be 4.3kg at 40w based on today's weight and 200g weight gain per week till 40 weeks' which is the same weight as DS who I had naturally, no drugs and not even a graze. I'm not sure what the big fuss is about!

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    I measured about 3 weeks ahead pretty much the entire last two thirds of the pregnancy. DS was born at 40+5 weighing 3.75kgs and measuring 52cms...so pretty much average in the end

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    Yep! My boy always measured ahead by around a month! He came a month early, weighed 7.9pd at 36 weeks to the day. We know our dates were right, we had bt's done since conception

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    Default those who measured ahead on scans did you stay measuring ahead?

    My DS measured large at my 32 week scan they said he would be around 4kg he was on born on his due date (by my dates) a healthy 3.6kg 52cm so very average

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