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The fetal measurement of scan seems small for gestational age. What is normal?

Hi, I was having my 24 week scan today and here is the fetal mesuremnets (BPD 57.4 OF 80.4 HC 215.1 A.C 191.3 HC/AC 1.124 FL 46.6 FETAL WEIGHT 695 G) actually the only thing I am concerning about is the BPD size looks smaller than it s gestational age . Can you please let me know if it s normal or not and why it s small
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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Mar 2016
In 24 wk scan,BPD is almost 61 mm but may varies up to +/- 3 mm. So BPD 57.4 mm will be considered normal and may grow up/develop in later months. Other parameters are also within normal range.
Don't be much worried. Do a USG scan on 32 wk to know feto-placental well being in details.
Take healthy protein rich diet,continue Iron & other vitamins/nutrients, Avoid stress,Take adequate rest,avoid heavy work/long journey and do periodic check up.
Be well.
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