13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Today i done NT scan in which it shows placenta is anterior, it means what? Nasal bone is 3.3 mm, it means?

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Answer: In the anterior placenta, the placenta is located on the forward side, which means it is located on the front wall of the uterus, and it is normal, you do not need to panic. Just keep in mind that you do not give too much weight on your stomach and avoid any kind of jerk. Your nasal bone is in the range. Don't worry about it.
Answer: Nasal bone means nose bone. At the time of scanning it will check all the body parts of the baby and give the reports of their sizes and working.
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