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    Default Placenta blood flow

    Hi all. Had a growth scan yesterday at 28 +5 weeks as have high bp and previous,baby born with iugr. Bub is good size, 1.4 kilos so currently 70th percentile but the blood flow.from placenta to baby was bad. Have to go into monash twice a week for the next few wks for,monitoring scans etc. anyone have any history or experience with this? TIA xx

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    Default Placenta blood flow

    I do. Last pregnancy with my twins. I was monitored from 28weeks. 3 times a week and twice weekly scans to make sure they were still growing. Any questions feel free to pm me

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