28 week growth scan measurements?

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  1. Slb24

    Slb24 Well-Known Member

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    Hey,
    Just wondering if any of you ladies have had your growth scan?
    I'm going for mine tomorrow.
    Do you mind sharing baby's measurements please? Just so i know what to expect?
    I know the consultant will tell me what's normal or not anyway.

    I had a scan at 26+4 and these were my measurements..
    I've been told all through this pregnancy that baby has long legs!

    Femur Length; 53.6mm (90th)
    Abdominal Circumference; 217.6mm (50th)
    Head Circumference; 250.6mm (50th)

    Estimated fetal weight 1032.0g which is plotting on the 50th centile.

    Thanks xx


     
  2. scn

    scn Well-Known Member

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    What will be considered normal will be that your baby is growing at a consistent rate and following a steady growth along the centile chart and not having a huge increase or decrease in centiles xx
     
  3. Papermoon

    Papermoon Well-Known Member

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    How did the scan go? You're going to have a tall baby? :)
     
  4. Slb24

    Slb24 Well-Known Member

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    Hey, the scan went great thanks. Baby is still tall. Her legs are measuring at 31 weeks rather than 28. Quite a way ahead lol but everything else is normal :)
    Just a long legged beauty like her sister. My daughter is on the 90th percentile for her height. There dad is 6"3 though so not surprising really. Il probably be the shortest in the house at 5"7 haha xx


     
  5. Papermoon

    Papermoon Well-Known Member

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    That's good news. :) Yes it does sound like she'll be a tall one. Cool! :lol:
     

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