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Ultrasound shows normal amniotic fluid, placenta implanted antero-fundally, no nuchal cord seen. Explain

I had my ultrasound last August 27,2012 and i can hardly understand every details of it.. can you help me please explain my ultrasound result so i could have a better understanding about my pregnancy, it says that : BPD 7.7Cms 30wks 1day/s HC 29.0Cms 31wks 4day/s AC 25.5Cms 29wks 5day/s FL 5.6Cms 30wks 2days EFW 1,747grms (3.84) EDC 5 Nov. 2012 Amnionatic fluid index in 4 quadrant study is normal 18.1 cm placenta is implanted antero-fundally grade 0 in maturity with its inferior edge about 12.4 cm from the internal cervical os. no nuchal cord coil seen
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response
Hi, welcome to HCM
Your report shows that pregnacy is around 29 weeks. Weight of baby is 1747 grams, liquor is adequate, placenta is at normal position. No umbilical cord around babies neck.
In short you have completely normal pregancy, so no need to worry. Just enjoy and prepare for delivery.
Thanking you.
Answered: Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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