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July 3rd, 2013, 01:55 PM
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It's hard to say, but there's not reason to think that there's anything wrong, necessarily. I'm assuming she's had an anatomy scan...that would have hopefully been able to rule out at least some things. With Anna, I was "measuring small" (fundal height) starting around that point, up until the end. And an ultrasound at around 36 weeks or so showed that she was also measuring small, but not to the point that they were terribly concerned. My OB consulted with the high risk docs, who said that, other than keeping an eye on things (weekly NSTs at the end, and potentially another US if necessary), there wasn't anything else they'd do. And Anna was small at birth, but not shockingly so. And she's perfectly healthy and growing well, so in her case, it all turned out to be fine.

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