25 weeks - Which centile are you plotting on?

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  1. KeelyT90

    KeelyT90 Well-Known Member

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    Hi Ladies,

    I had my first bump measurement today. I am slap bang on 10th centile line.
    With my lats pregnancy, I was on the 25th then dropped down to 9th and baby was born on 9th centile.

    I have been told if I continue to plot on 10th they may send me for a growth scan and if I drop below then most definitely.

    Where is everyone else plotting? x
     
  2. Rubyredslipper

    Rubyredslipper Well-Known Member

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    Quite honestly I don't understand centiles and that graph!
    However, I am measuring big. My 28 week measurement was just in the top line and my last 3 measurements have been above.
    For the last 2 visits my MW has been saying if I carry on measuring big I will go for a growth scan, but she was on leave for the last one so I saw another MW who said its not their policy to refer for growth scans?! I was a bit peed off and will be mentioning it next week to my usual MW but I'll be 38 weeks then!
     
  3. Ikklemoi

    Ikklemoi Well-Known Member

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    On the growth plot from my 20week scan my baby was 97 percentile for his adnoman which I think will mean a massive baby. ThEnjoy sono grapher ain't offerEd any extra scans etc which I'm. Surprised about. As for the bump.measurement I think it's so inaccurate unless it's the same midwife measuring from the same point of the public bone, I was told my bump was small with my youngest boy and he weighted 8lb 5 at 39+2 days so wasn't small at all. X
     
  4. KeelyT90

    KeelyT90 Well-Known Member

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    I was measuring on the 25th last time around and then dropped down to 9th. My boy was born 6lb 10oz
    The flow chart is customised for each woman now a days as calculated from your BMI. So 10th centile is the lowest I can follow without it being a concern, just if I drop below like last time it could be an issue x
     

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