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Pregnant, in 3rd trimester, ultrasound report fetal umbilical cord having single loose turn around neck. Harmful for the baby?

hi i am veterinary doctor my name is laila i am pregnant my gestational age is 36 weeks and 6 days according my todays ultrasound report my feotal presentation is cephalic placenta is grade 3 and amniotic fluid is adequate and biophysical profile score is 10/10 cardaic activity and movement is present but feotal umbilical cord is having single loose turn around neck i am so worried that my baby wil dead during in days what i do
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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do not worry .
baby keeps on moving in its sac and the cord may be normal soon .
please discuss with your doctor .keep an watch on your foetal movement .
any aberration should be reported to doctor .
get a check up with doctor[obstetrician] and be assured
hope every thing turns out normal and you get a healthy baby in time .
Answered: Sat, 12 May 2012
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