32 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Recently I visited my Dr and according to her the size of my baby is quite small during 8th month.. I wanted to know what might be the cause and what problems will it lead to in future?

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Answer: Hi dear, Sounds like IUGR case.IUGR means intrauterine growth restriction. In this condition,baby doesn't grow to normal weight.and most of the time the baby is underweight and needs to be delivered early due to the complications.it could happen due to placental abnormalities,high BP in mother etc.it cannot be cured but regularly monitoring baby through scans can deliver baby early and safe.you didnot mention the weight of your baby in post.go by what your doctor suggests.
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