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Question: in scan its written "single loop of cord behind the neck".. what does that means ?
Answer: Hi, Nuchal cords are common during pregnancy with incidences recorded at around 12 percent at 24–26 weeks, reaching 37 percent at full term. When an umbilical cord becomes wrapped around the neck, the loop is referred to as the nuchal cord. The term "nuchal" relates to the nape or back of the neck.
Question: Single loop of cord around fetal neck is any problem
Answer: Hello dear , Don't worry it's happen. umbilical cord wrapped around baby's neck is a very common concern among pregnant women, it rarely causes a problem. Lots of babies are born with the cord around their neck or other body parts. It really depends on how tight the cord is and what else is going on. If cord is not tight, normal delivery possible otherwise c section.
Question: In my scanning report written that single loop of cord around the neck. Is that problem? Plzz tel me.
Answer: hi don't worry there are many babies which are born normally with the loop around single loop around their neck however at the time of delivery the doctor will monitor the Heartbeat of the baby if the Heartbeat starts reducing then the doctor will immediately suggest to going for a C section delivery else the doctor will continue to help to deliver the baby vaginally