20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: What are the complications of Single Umbilical artery (SUA) in 19 weeks of pregnancy? Does it affect growth if the derus and its future well beings?

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Answer: I also have same problem in my second level ultrasound... But in my recent doppler scan this issues does not have any impact on baby growth.... Baby growth is very well... Normally single umbilical artery affect on baby growth so take as much as health diet u can have... So that ur baby can grow with time passes.. Don't worry Dear
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Answer: Hi dear, I had the same problem in my pregnancy.thoygh I got to know only during delivery.but everything came out normal.single artery cord in rare case has issues with renal system.most of the cases come out normal.post delivery do a scan of your baby urinary system.i am sure everything would be fine.
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