Normal Weight Of The Fetus In The Womb?
Hello, I want to ask the weight of my fetus in ultrasound ne whether large / normal y ?? 2D calculationsEFW (AC.BPD) -shepard = 362.44g +/- 65.24g = (13oz +/- 2oz)
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Knowing the weight of the fetus is one of the tests that can be done to ensure the fetus develops well in the womb. Fetal weight can be predicted through an ultrasound examination that measures the distance between the sides of the head, abdominal circumference and so forth. In addition, through ultrasound can also know the age of pregnancy and predictions when the baby will be born.
Regarding your question, one very important component that you did not mention is your gestational age. Because let's say your fetus weighs 300 grams, that is normal weight at 20 weeks' gestation, but is too heavy if you are 17 weeks and too light when you are 25 weeks pregnant.
So what we can convey from these data is the opposite estimate, which is weighing between 297.2 grams - 427.68 grams, your baby should be around 18-23 weeks, or around 4-6 months. This figure is certainly still a range that is too wide, therefore our advice, you should ask directly to the obstetrician who conducted the examination and how to plan for the future. What is clear, avoid stress, cigarette smoke, regular breaks, multiply the consumption of fruits, vegetables and water, consumption of pregnancy vitamins and your pregnancy control routine. Sekan, hopefully answering your question.