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Question: At which week I have to do my anamoly scanning?

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Answer: Hi! Anomaly scan is a mid pregnancy scan which is conducted at between 18-21 weeks of pregnancy. This scan is done to check if the baby is developing normally. Hope this helps!
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    Preethi Gowtham173 days ago

    Thank u..

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