16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, in my NT scan baby's nasal bone was missing. So as per doctor's advice we took NIPT and report came back as normal. But still nasal bone is not visible. Now I am 16 weeks. Please let me know can we go with report or do we need any additional test to be taken? Please help

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Answer: yes might be nasal bone is present but did you check the parameters. ? what your doctor said on this? even in 16 weeks if not seen in normal USG i would say please consult another doctor or take second opinion. and go for another test in another lab. dont trust on one doctor and only one lab reports.
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    Arthi Ramajayam1294 days ago

    Doctor said even for normal baby it may happen sometimes.. So asked us to take another scan after 4 weeks

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