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    Default Fetal percentile chart

    Can anyone point me in the direction of an online (or app) that I can put in bubs crown-rump length and it tell me what percentile baby is in?

    Thanks in advance! (Yes I realise I'm an obsessive weirdo lol).

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    Did you not get a disk with all the photos and those percentages on it?

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    Hi, I'm not sure of any app but I think from memory the ultrasound report may have had it in there. I had growth scans every 2 weeks & by the end of it I'd just ask staff doing the scan what percentile baby was as they were worried about ours being on the smaller size. I know that probably doesn't help much so hope someone has a good suggestion of an app

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    They have a picture of the graph but it's not clear what percentile it is.

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    Are you private or public? I'd ask the ob?

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    Public. It's not written anywhere in my reports. I see the hospital in a month for my first appointment.

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    With crl I thought they are too small for a percentile and would only correspond with an estimated gestational age? I think baby 2 see (google it) is fairly comprehensive in measurements vs gestational age, I checked it for ds as he had some larger measurements at 20wks

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    Guess I'll have to wait for 20w scan.

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    It's not an app but I plugged my numbers in to this website if that helps
    http://www.baby2see.com/medical/charts.html

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