24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: mera ananoly scan Hua tha 19th wk me cervical length is 4.2cm fetal weight 267gm placenta is posterior with grade I maturity Meri ye reports hai sab thik h na aur grade I maturity means???

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Answer: yes ol normal dear
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