7-month Pregnancy With A Fetal Weight Of 1300 Grams Is It Normal?
, gestational age 7 or 30 week months when ultrasound baby girl. Weighing 1,300 grams think it’s dangerous or overweight baby is not?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The estimated ideal fetal weight at 30 weeks, is around 1.36 kg, with an ideal range of between 1.1 kg and 1.5 kg. So from this it can be seen that the estimated weight of your fetus is still within the ideal range and there is nothing you need to worry about. You simply maintain the good habits that you have lived now, and begin to more regularly check your child, which is every 2 weeks until he is 9 months old. When it has entered 9 months, check it once a week because pregnancy can occur at any time.
Of course, if you experience certain symptoms that cause you to worry about your fetal weight and health, don't hesitate to have your pregnancy checked by a gynecologist. Because we only judge from the information you provide. We do not know, whether the weight in the future will still remain ideal or not, whether it has not even increased at all from a month ago, or actually the main problem is not the weight, but the liquid, for example. Therefore, if in fact there are certain concerns, such as the fetus does not kick as often as usual, immediately consult your obstetrician to be given further action.
Meanwhile, maintain your womb by avoiding cigarettes and coffee, getting enough rest, managing stress well, increasing your water consumption, taking vitamins and pregnancy supplements regularly as recommended, and regularly checking your womb. So, hopefully answering your question.