21 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is any one considered pregnancy termination because of single umbilical artery please?? My first daughter has special needs because of the pregnancy complicarions. We are scared of things repeating

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Answer: Hi dear, single umbilical artery is very common finding and it doesn't cause any harm or effect on baby at all. I know it's very difficult as you already have a experience but dont worry its very common but still if you r concerned the do talk to your doctor once.
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    Sravani Garlapati442 days ago

    Thanks a lot dear..some where I'm positive about this pregnancy. But the fear not leaving me..I have 2nd level scan in a week..will surely discuss with doctor.

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