23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello Now I'm 23 week pregnant monday I did anmoly scan my baby weight is 517grams is it ok? Plz suggest me

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Answer: Hello! As per the week of the baby, the growth of the baby is fine. There is nothing to worry about it. Make sure that you have a balanced diet for the overall growth and development of the baby. Take care
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