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    did you ladies all have low Papp-A during pregnancy?

    I've had my NT scan a couple of weeks ago and my Papp-A came back as low (0.39 MoM)

    the report said it can increase risk for IUGR later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    did you ladies all have low Papp-A during pregnancy?

    I've had my NT scan a couple of weeks ago and my Papp-A came back as low (0.39 MoM)

    the report said it can increase risk for IUGR later on.
    Hi. I had low papp-a with my second. I had regular scans to monitor his growth all through my pregnancy and every 2 weeks in the last 6 weeks and all was fine, was nice seeing him regularly 😆He was delivered 10 days early and was 7 pound 6. Low papp-a is quite common.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    did you ladies all have low Papp-A during pregnancy?

    I've had my NT scan a couple of weeks ago and my Papp-A came back as low (0.39 MoM)

    the report said it can increase risk for IUGR later on.
    I did have low papp-a. I can't remember the exact figure. I think there is lots of things, it can increase the risk of. Scans every week from 22 weeks. I had lost a previous pregnancy due to IUGR and I think the Drs were being very cautious with DS2 pregnancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    do IUGR babies catch up in growth once they're born?
    I was also told that they tend to catch up by about 2yrs. My dd was born on the 3rd% at 2.5kg, but quickly dropped off the charts with feeding & allergy issues. She was 7kg at 12 months, and around 9kg at 24 months. now at 3 she is around 10-11kg. Still skinny, but doing hwr own thing when it comes to growth! Developmentally,she is fine though - a feisty little fireball of a thing,so I do worry about 'behaviour' issues in the future - Im hoping she will outgrow her tantrums!

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