My fundal height was 4cm behind so I had an u/s at 30w4d. Discovered that she was perfect in size but transverse.
The report said 33mm cervical length.
In the public system they don't do any scans after 20w unless there is a concern.
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Just pretend you don't know about this and you'll probably find yourself less anxious. Wouldn't be concerned one bit about baby's position either.
27-01-2014 15:52 #13
I have been freaking out a bit about being transverse but discoverd that about 90% of the time they will turn before 36weeks.
Yes it was just a growth scan to see why I was all if a sudden 4cm behind. Everything thing is perfect. She is facing towards my back too as well as being sideways
And I never had a cervical length check either at 20 weeks. It's not standard there either
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