33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi... my scan report says that "cord around the neck". Is there any problem before delivery?

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Answer: Hello dear no need to worry An umbilical cord that is wrapped around a baby's neck in utero is called a nuchal cord, and usually is harmless. Nuchal cords are surprisingly common and unlikely to cause problems during pregnancy or at birth😊take care hve a safe pregnancy 🤰🏻🤱
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    Ruth Nancy510 days ago

    Thank you sissy...😊

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    null_2510_401446509 days ago

    Same problem dear

Answer: Hi dear it means ur cord is wrapped around ur baby next and it may get remove for baby neck after baby movement so don't worry. And stay connected to ur doctor. If it wouldn't remove till 37 th week then doctor may do c sec
Answer: Cord around the neck are seen in most of the babies generally loose cord do occur which are not harmful however regular monitoring is required on the status of it. Is the cord is tight then it is problem for your baby.
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