Explanation Of The Results Of The USG Lab.?
FPS: 17D / G: 20 / 3GN: 41l / P: 2 / 30PWR: 70FRQ: 2-5.4D: 16.5cm1 BPD 68.49mmUA: 27w3dAUA: 05/07 / 2019EDD: ** – ** – **** VC6-2Ml 0.4TIS 0.4What do you mean? Yesterday ultrasound, but Dr. The spog doesn’t explain the ultrasound that was photographed. He just really needed everything because of the line. What is the weight and height of my child ??
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Pregnancy checks should be carried out comprehensively, not just relying on the results of an ultrasound examination, but also by conducting interviews and a comprehensive physical examination. The results of an ultrasound examination cannot be interpreted carelessly based only on the writing as you mentioned, a thorough evaluation is required by conducting an ultrasound examination directly and comparing several indicators of fetal health in the womb, including the estimated fetal weight, head circumference, femur length, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate, fetal movement, fetal position, adequacy of amniotic fluid, placental conditions, and also maternal health conditions in general. Therefore, only by describing the writing of the results of an ultrasound examination as you do, we can not be sure what your fetus is like and your current pregnancy. Ideally, you should consult this directly with an obstetrician who is examining you directly, because he is the one who best knows the condition of the patient he is checking. No need to hesitate, ask your doctor carefully. The number of other patients should not prevent you from getting enough explanation (not less, but not too much) related to the condition of your fetus and your pregnancy.
Ultrasound examination results do not merely describe the condition of the fetus in the womb. but sometimes also many other parameters related to the work of the ultrasound machine itself. In general, from the results of your ultrasound examination, it appears that the age of your uterus is around 27 weeks 3 days. At this gestational age, normally the fetus has a length ranging from 35 to 38 cm with an estimated weight ranging from 800 to 1000 grams.
In general, if the doctor says that the condition of your fetus and pregnancy is good, you really don't need to worry. However, if you want detailed information, it is better, consult it directly with the obstetrician who examined you, whether the condition of your fetus and your pregnancy is good according to the estimated age or not. Or if you feel uncomfortable, you can also ask for a second opinion by going back to another obstetrician.
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