24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: In anomaly scan, under Aneuploidy markers , nuchal fold measurement is as 8.22 mm and marked as "normal".however I checked and found that its range should be under 6 mm. Can you pls advise it is normal or i have to discuss this with my doctor.

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Answer: Hi dear , don't worry its normal so no need to discuss with doctor..Everything is fine cheer up 😊
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