20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Iam 5th month should i go for scanning... Is it compulsory ..? Let me know in which months scanning s necessary

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Answer: Hello! Yes it is important to get the scan done during the 5th month of pregnancy. During this time anomaly scan is done where the radiologist studies carefully all the parts of the baby and the placenta carefully for any abnormalities. Apart from this you will have one in 7th month and again in the 9th month of pregnancy. But if the doctor feels the requirement, she might ask you to take more scans also. Take care
Answer: Yes in 5th month scanning is compulsory... This scanning is called as anamoly scan which help you to know your babies development regarding brain, skull etc... don't miss it
Answer: Baby body parts scan is necessary at the end of 5th month
Answer: please follow your gynac advise on this
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