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    My midwife said I was a week behind at 37 weeks but not to worry because she was using the measuring tape? I was back on track at my 38 week appt. If you are worried why not see the midwife again? They will be able to re assure you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccagilmore View Post
    Hi ladies

    I had a midwife appt last Wednesday which was 36 weeks and they did my fundal measurement and I measured 35 weeks.
    Then that's perfect!!! You get a couple of cm either side of your gestation, to account for user error.

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    I measured 36 weeks when I gave birth at 41 + 4. I was told that he would be on the small side because I was measuring 5+ weeks behind.

    My son was born 4.2kgs (9 and half pounds). He was so big, that nurses from other wards came up to see him, because they "heard there was a huge baby"

    Fundal means NOTHING imo.

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    I think you look very normal sized. It's amazing how well babies can tuck up with their flexible limbs.

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    I think your belly looks fine. I was worried that my belly was to small with dd2 but when she was born at 38+2 she weighed 9lb2oz and was 56 cm long

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    Thus is me the morning she was born, as you can see I'm not that big (well my belly anyway lol)
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    Looks perfectly fine to me.

    This was mine a few days before DS3 arrived last week at 39+5 and he was a healthy 7pd

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    I don't think you look small at all. Everyone thought I was 6 months at 9 months.


 

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