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Ultrasound shows single foetus with head to the left side, placenta fundal, posterior, no anomalies, normal flow to cerebral artery. Normal?

hi my lmp -ga 21 weeks 5 days my report shows detial.... intrauterine pregnancy with single feteus seen in transverse lie with fetal head to the left side .the placenta is fundal and posteriror.none ofthe major fetal anomalies can be seen by ultrasound is apparent at present..on colour doppler study ,normal flow pattern in middle cerebral artery(PSV-33.7cm/sec) .. doctors plz refer my report and tell the condition of my pregnnancy
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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hi there, as your pregnency is just 21 weeks the position of the fetus is not constant and it will keep floating and keep changing at this stage it is not important. AS there are no detectable fetal abnormality you can relax and enjoy your pregnancy and hopefully you will have an uneventful delivary. Take care
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