Thank you for your query.
Growth of the baby that is less than the 10th percentile is called IUGR or intra uterine growth restriction.
One type of IUGR is when the head grows normally, but the abdominal growth lags behind.
This is called asymmetrical IUGR
and is common in later pregnancy.
Common causes include maternal diseases like hypertension
, diabetes, renal or liver disease, placental dysfunction
The cause for asymmetrical IUGR in your case is mild pre eclampsia
I would definitely advise seeing a specialist, as IUGR can have many adverse outcomes on the baby.
Serial monitoring with ultrasound
and colour doppler, preterm delivery if indicated, steroid cover to enhance lung maturity, controlling your hypertension - are some of the interventions suggested.