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Question: Yesterday was my 20th week scan. In my report it was shown "early diastolic notching in left uterine artery high flow". Is this anything worrisome???
Answer: I will advise you to ask Dr about blood thinning medications and to help improve blood circulation.
Vascular resistance should be adequate and not high or low both show a problem in fetal blood circulation.
Question: Hi.. i am 31 weeks pregnant and recent sonography reports say's "Early diastolic notch seen in left uterine artery". What does it mean and is there anything need to worry about.
Answer: This is at a higher level, this means there is Resistance in the flow of blood to the uterus which will affect the growth of the foetus
Your doctor must have given you some medicine so that blood flow to the uterus increase
Continue those medicines
there are chances of you to develop blood pressure
All you need to do is take care of your diet increase protein in your diet increase the growth of the foetus as protein is the building block of human body
So include egg cheese paneer curd Soya beans lentils kidney beans pulses and non veg egg chicken fish
get plenty of rest and try to sleep in left lateral position
Restrict the salt intake
drink more water include coconut water buttermilk uses at cetera
Go for a walk or yoga to regulate blood pressure
Don't worry and follow up your doctor regularly to monitor the growth of baby
Question: I hv done my ultrasound on my 19 weeks 2 days and doc told me it is Bilateral Uterine Artery Notching... pls tell is it somthing worry
Answer: hello dear yes there are chances of risk The presence of bilateral uterine artery notching between 23 and 25 weeks of gestation is an independent risk factor for the development or preeclampsia and the delivery of an SGA neonate in the absence of preeclampsia. so follow your doctor suggestions for this..