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Delayed period. Placenta is fundal, amniotic fluid normal. Explain

hi, my last lmp 30-07-2012. POA =25 weeks 02 days. Foetal Biometry is BPD=63.2MM(25 weeks 04 days) FL=45.0 mm(24weeks 04 days) AC= 214.5 mm (25weeks 06 days) HC= 234.0 MM (25 weeks 02 days)............... placenta is fundal & on right lateral wall, showing Grade 1- maturity. Retroplacental space is normal. amniotic fluid is adequate. internal OS is closed. Cervix is of adequate length(4.5cm)................ expected foetal weight around 826.1gms.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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According to your last period, if you had a history of 30-day cycles, your gestational age would be around 26 weeks now. According to ultrasound, your gestational age appears to be around 25 weeks+/- 4 days. Since you have a history of delayed periods, calculation depends on serial sonograms, the amount of delay that happens in your cycles and if this delay has a regularity, and on clinical findings. Your sonogram report is normal considering the fact that you have delayed periods. You may take further advice from your doctor. Good luck.
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