Display Different Ultrasound At 36 Weeks?
In the afternoon .. I am Novi who is 36 weeks pregnant … yesterday I had an ultrasound but the baby’s face was covered with the placenta, and then the doctor spog thought that there was a lip tear, whereas from the age of 20 weeks the doctor had no explanation like that, my question was whether there is an abnormality in the baby doctor only limited to speak sj or written in the MCH book, because in my MCH book there is no ket. that there are abnormalities …
Hi Novi. Thank you for the question.
The tear on the lips in question may lead to suspected labioskisis or cleft lip yes. Or it can also be other abnormalities in the face. The fetus in the womb certainly continues to develop perfectly until the time she is born. Then it is still possible changes in the structure of the baby's body. Likewise with the baby's position. The position of the baby during an ultrasound determines the ultrasound seen by the doctor.
At 20 weeks gestation, the appearance of ultrasound can be different from 36 weeks of pregnancy. That is why in some cases even though the ultrasound looks like a male baby's genitals, it turns out that after birth a new female baby's genitals are seen. That is because ultrasound is only a diagnostic support tool.
The doctor should write down all the findings to the patient. If the doctor does not write to the MCH, it is possible that the doctor writes the findings on the mother's medical record. The doctor may still not be sure that there is a fetal facial abnormality, so it is not written in the MCH.
If you have consulted the same doctor all this time, it helps you discuss it in detail with the doctor. Express your concern.
I hope the fetus is healthy, ma'am. Regards.