Normal Weight Of Twin Fetuses At 30 Weeks Of Gestation?
I was pregnant with a child who was pregnant for 30 weeks, I had an ultrasound, the results were that my fetus weighed 1080 grams and the other one is 1375 grams and 30cm long, is my fetal weight and length normal if not what is the solution … thanks
Pregnancy is something that should get regular checkups by a doctor. Fetal weight during pregnancy can be affected by several things, such as nutrition, certain diseases, or multiple pregnancies.
Pregnancy at 30 weeks, usually the fetal weight ranges between 1.3 kg, while the length of the baby ranges from 40cm. From your pregnancy, the fetal weight of 1375 grams is still within normal limits. the weight of the second fetus is 1080 grams, then the weight of the second fetus tends to be smaller, and less than the weight it should be. but this could be a natural thing because in multiple pregnancies one of the babies can have a smaller weight. While the length of 30cm is less than the normal body length at 30 weeks.
To help increase your child's weight, one of the efforts you can do is to eat nutritious foods, and consume enough fruits and vegetables so that your fetus' nutrition is fulfilled. besides it is important to consume vitamins such as folic acid if necessary.
therefore, it is recommended that you get checked out and consult directly to a gynecologist, so that the doctor can check your condition directly. maybe later an ultrasound will be repeated and periodically.
here is an article that you can read about getting pregnant with twins
may be useful. thank you