22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Today in my anomoly scan, we observed that nosal bones are not yet ossified. Can someone pls advice

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Answer: Hi! Nasal bone not ossified in anomaly scan is an indication of down syndrome ur Dr. might ask for few more tests to do to identify or detect the issue please don't lose hope have faith everything will be fine.. Hope this helps!
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