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Question: 35 week gng on...did my USG...
cervix length is 2.7cms
AFL is 10.7
placenta is anterior
efw is 1819 GM's
blood test includes hv 9.6
is everything normal???
when can I go into labour...?
Answer: In order to help you in a better way
What's the grade of anterior placenta?
The placental grade determines your delivery type and also when can you expect a delivery.
Also hv is hb? Check and confirm.
What was efw at 21th week.
Surely you need to take more fluids now as we will want to up your AFL to 13.
Expect a reply soon.
Question: I am 33 weeks pregnant recently done serial growth scan the afi is 25 EFW was 2005 is it good and i have right side back pain is it labour pain and what can we do for afi reduction
Answer: Only bed rest is possible. Aviod protein rich food. Other that you cannot reduce the fluid dear
Question: Hello dctr, recently i had done my NT scan.cervical length is 35 mm,is it ok or i hv to go for cervix stitches?pls suggest me.thank u .
Answer: Hi dear,
Cervical length is the length of the lower end of uterus.in non pregnant women it is 4-5 cm.ince you are at 24 week,average length of the cervix is around 3.5cm.anything below,2.2 cm could increase your chance of preterm labor.initial symptoms of shorter cervical length,could be:
1- vaginal discharge which is often pink or tan
2- increased pelvic pressure
3-watery white discharge
6- premenstrual like cramps
Though the above symptoms could also be due hormonal changes,but it's better to check with your doctor.it usually decreases only at the final stages to induce labor.
Cervical insufficiency,is the reason for such early dialation of cervix and shortening the length.
Question: I really failed to understand the baby movement, bt he /she is perfectly healthy according to my latest USG. How can I differentiate the movement?
If your USG reports are fine and u r perfectly healthy and you are yet to understand the movement then pls dont worry you wud feel it within a couple weeks, usually 19-25 weeks you shud feel the movements..
Hope this helps!