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    Default Low-lying baby

    Has anyone else had to have a transvaginal ultrasound at 12-13 weeks because the baby was lying very low?

    The synographer didn't seem concerned but asked if I had any work on my cervix before.

    I have an 11 month old and no problems with her..

    I can't help but be concerned?

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    I had one for my NT scan. The place I went to said they always do both, though she actually saw better externally.

    I'm sure there is nothing to worry about. * hugs*


 

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