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Ultrasound scan. What does the report indicate?

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20 weeks pregnant. ultrasound done. What does the reports says?
Posted Tue, 26 Jun 2012 in X-ray, Lab tests and Scans
Answered by Dr. Kulsoom Qureshi 4 hours later
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I have seen this ultrasound report. It is a normal ultrasound scan of your pelvis showing a 20 week size alive fetus. There was nothing of concern mentioned in this scan & you have not asked any particular question about your health. If there is some problem please feel free to write back.
One thing which I thing is missing in this ultrasound is any comment about fetal structure. Which is usually a part of 20 week ultrasound scan.
If you are concerned about the unstable lie of your baby, please relax, it is of no significance at this gestation. Your Obstetrician may request a scan after few months to confirm if fetal presentation has finally settled.
Hope this settles your concerns.
Wish you good health.
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Follow-up: Ultrasound scan. What does the report indicate? 32 hours later
But I did a Anomaly Scan at 22 week and found every thing fine except "Placenta is left Anterior Low Lying = Grade II XXXXXXX

What it means.

Answered by Dr. Kulsoom Qureshi 4 hours later
Thanks for your question.
The report you attached is showing a fundal, anterior, Grade II placenta. This is perfectly normal.
The report you are talking about ( I have not seen that report) is showing a placenta of same maturity in a low lying position.
Although there is a discrepancy in both scans about placental position still you don't have to worry about much. As even if it is low lying there is a high probability that it will move up with time.
So, I suggest you to have a repeat scan at 32 weeks to reconfirm placental localization.
Meanwhile take good care of yourself & don't take tension.
Hope this clears your query. You may write back if you want to discuss this further. I will be there to respond.
If you do not have any follow up question please don't forget to accept my answer & to close this query.
I will appreciate your review about my answer.
Wish you good health.
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