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Question: What ia doubled marker and nt scan

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Answer: Hi dear there are 3 total scan takes place. One is nt scan which takes place in 9 to 11 week it helps to know baby first heartbeat and yolk sac. Another is anamoly scan .It is usually performed between 18-23 weeks of pregnancy and ultrasound is the main diagnosis that is used to detect congenital abnormality and any down syndrome , it also helps to check the amonotic fluid level and baby proper growth of body parts and organ. It involves a detailed scanning and examination of the fetus for any abnormalities.  The third is growth scan which take place from 28 to 32 week of pregnancy .it helps to know how well your baby is growing and their position in the uterus. During the scan , doctor assess the amount of amniotic fluid around the baby. Rest further scan depends on the requirement if doctor and any complications u r facing , deoends on it. 
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