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Wednesday, June 07, 2017

FETAL GROWTH PROBLEMS AND MISCARRIAGE

Pregnancy Over 40, Is Your Baby Growing Normally?

You may have heard about intrauterine growth retardation or restriction.
 This is when a baby is not developing or growing at the rate it should. The following article explains how this condition is diagnosed and treated.  Usually IUGR is identified by measurements taken on ultrasound.   Read more:

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How is IUGR diagnosed?

One of the most important things when diagnosing IUGR is to ensure accurate dating of the pregnancy. Gestational age can be calculated by using the first day of your last menstrual period
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(LMP) and also by early ultrasound calculations.

Once gestational age has been established, the following methods can be used to diagnose IUGR:

Fundal height that does not coincide with gestational age
Measurements calculated in an ultrasound are smaller than would be expected for the gestational age
Abnormal findings discovered by a Doppler ultrasound

How is IUGR treated?

Despite new research the optimal treatment for IUGR remains problematic. Most likely the treatment will depend on how far along you are in your pregnancy.

If gestational age is 34 weeks or greater, health care providers may recommend being induced for an early delivery.
If gestational age is less than 34 weeks, health care providers will continue monitoring until 34 weeks or beyond. Fetal well-being and the amount of amniotic fluid will be monitored during this time. If either of these becomes a concern, then immediate delivery may be recommended.
Depending on your health care provider, you will likely have appointments every 2 to 6 weeks until you deliver. If delivery is suggested prior to 34 weeks, your health care provider may perform an amniocentesis to help evaluate fetal lung maturity.

from
americanpregnancy.org

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