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December 20th, 2011, 07:15 AM
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I am currently 20 weeks. At my 18 week scan my baby girl to be was very active and was moving around every where. After the scan we met with the doc and she said that in the pictures of the four chamber heart that the left vent. did not look exactly like she wanted it to. She said that it might be the pictures but the wall looked a little thicker there. She of course told me not to worry but you know how that is. I have to go for another scan at 21 weeks at a high risk clinic. I have been told that it may have just been the baby was too active to get a good pic. and I have been told that 18 weeks can still be too early to see everything? Just wondering if anyone else has had this and could let me know how it turned out for them.
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