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    When I was pregnant my mw's didn't even bother with measuring my tummy as they said it wasn't very reliable.

    But my scans showed DD being over sized and about 3-4 weeks bigger then estimated height. She was 8lb4 when she was born at 37.6 weeks. So not a giant like they thought


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    I had a scan that showed us about 2 weeks ahead at 34 weeks, I had Dd at 41 weeks- she was 4.4 kg or 9 pound 12oz!

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    My fundal height with both DS1 and DS2 were over a month ahead. Always measured way ahead in scans.
    DS1 - 10 lbs 6 oz
    DS2 - 10 lbs 3 oz

    As pp have said it can be a 50/50 prediction.


 

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