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Are there any chances of baby becoming dwarf if the measurement is BPD 76mm HC 271mm AC 239 mm and FL 48mm ?

HI I AM 31 WEEK NOW BUT IN MY ULTRASOUND AT 28 WEEK THE BABY HAS THOPS MESURMENT BPD 76mm HC 271mm AC 239 mm AND FL 48mm ARE THOSE MESURMETN NORMAL OR ABNORMAL DOES THE BABY WILL BE THE DWARFISM WITH THOSE MESURMENT PLACE ANSWER TO ME AS SOON AS POSSIBEL???
Asked On : Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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please don't be worried
consult your obstetrician and make your questions cleared
the measurement denote small for date baby
there are many reasons for the baby to be small for date
may be you are malnourished ,may be you had irregular cycles earlier
if you are worried about some thing serious get a genetic study and be assured
your doctor will help you finding all the questions answered
Answered: Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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