Explanation Of The Results Of Ultrasound Of The Fetal Head Is Large And Has Not Given Birth?
my ultrasound results showed BPD: 9.66cmGa: 39w3dEdd: 30.12.2019Ac: 31.29 cmGa: 35w2dEdd: 28.01.2020Efw: 3019gGa: 37w0dEdd: 16.01.2020 Until today not born .. It is said that the size of my fetus kpl is large … Is it still in the stage … is it still in the stage? normal..trimksh
Hello Fietri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The estimated date of birth, as the name suggests, is only a prediction where the birth of your fetus is uncertain at that date.
Estimated date itself can be obtained using several methods where the most commonly used method is based on the calculation of the first day of your last menstruation which is also used to do general calculations of how old your womb is. In general, the fetus can be born at any time, and what is said to be normal birth is at 37-41 weeks' gestation.
Womb ultrasound can indeed be used to help determine the age of the womb and also estimate when your fetus will be born, but it should be understood that these results are less accurate due to variations in fetal development and growth.
If based on the results of your ultrasound, both based on the results of the measurement of your fetal body in any part, indeed the estimated time of birth did not occur this week, even if it is said that your child's head is large enough, then the age of your uterus has not yet reached the time to give birth, so very natural if you have not experienced signs of childbirth.
As for whether or not the fetal head is quite large, it all depends on the cause, whether due to a disability or due to normal variations in humans, so it is advisable to ask further with your obstetrician, whether there are other abnormalities or not on your fetus.
I hope this helps.