30 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 29 wk pregnant. I went to the doctor for check up. They suggested for growth ultrasound, in ultrasound room they were saying that there is a very diluted ambelical band seen. When I asked about it they told that there are nothing to worry come regularly for check up. Bt when I google it its tensed me. Pls some who know this say some thing.

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Answer: Hello,. I think it's better you ask your gynecologist about your scanning report also when if your doctor says nothing to worry about please don't take any stress, this can affect your baby be happy be positive . Hope this helps.
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