23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: If i have single artery umbilical cord??any problem?

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Answer: Your baby is likely to be fine. Having only one artery, called a single umbilical artery (SUA), shouldn't affect his health. Usually, an umbilical cord has two arteries, along with a single vein. The vein carries oxygen and nutrients to your baby, and the arteries remove waste products
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