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Pregnant. Done ultrasound. Single intrauterine gestation in cephalic presentation. Meaning? Serious?

Hi , My wife is 34 weeks into ger pregnancy and while doing ultrasound it was told that her Placenta is anterior upper and midsegment, Grade 3 maturity Other details are Findings: Single intrauterine gestation in cephalic presentation Foetal cardiac activity and movements are normal Placenta is anterior upper and midsegment, Grade 3 maturity No intra or retro placental bleed seen Not low lying Liquor is adequate AFI: 11cm Internal os is closed Foetal Biometry BPD 8.5 cm HC 31.4 cm AC 19.5cm FL 6.7 cm Average GA = 34 weeks 2 days EDD - 25-03-2013 Foetal weight - 0000gms +- 10% Is there anything to worry about? Ranjith
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Congratulations! We also feel happy to hear the news that you're going to be a father soon. We'd also like to extend our thanks to you for sharing your happiness with us.

Of course there isn't anything at all to worry about.

All the parameters of a fetus are normal, including position, size, heartbeat and even movements. So, as of now, your baby is well, healthy and waiting to see the lights of the world and his/her dearest parents.

Best of luck.
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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