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    At 29w I would think na or m for mobile.

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    Looks like nil to me ... My ob scribbles a lot too lol.

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    But why would he only start writing NA at 24wks? He left it blank for the reviews prior to that.

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    How long ago were the previous appointments?

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    Could it say "free" ? In a scrawl

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    He would only start writing cephalic and engagement now as the baby is big enough to feel/assess presenting part and engagement

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    I'd say presentation is c for cephalic (normal presentation, head down). Engagement I would say is ne for not engaged. Can't remember the last one but I'd say its how far out of the pelvis bubs is, so a plus follows on from the ne.

    They don't take too much notice before about 24 weeks I think as there is usually enough room before then for bubs to move freely.

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    Not engaged would make sense. I'll have to ask him for a translation next appointment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    How long ago were the previous appointments?
    The 4 with the line through presenting part/engagement were 8,13,16,20w then at 24w and 28w is the 'c' and 'ne'

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    Then I'd have to agree with bluelips.

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