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Done ultrasound. What does it mean?

good evening! i got my ultrasound result and the impression are as follows: Single live intrauterine pregnancy in breech presentation 24w4d by fetal biometry. Good somatic and cardiac activity Placenta anterior high lying grade I. Adequate fluid. AGA. EDC June 13, 2013. Please advise what does it means? Also advise what does AOG : 25w5d. thanks & brgds, Mercy
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
The ultrasound report is essentially normal.
Your pregnancy is 25 wk 5 days by dates, and 24 week 4 days by fetal biometry, which are measurements of the baby.
A difference of one week is absolutely normal. Nothing to worry about.
The baby s heartbeat is okay.
Placenta and amniotic fluid around it are normal.
In essence, it is a normal ultrasound report.
So please don't worry.
Enjoy your pregnancy,
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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