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Yes, but they haven't declared it IUGR yet.
I had a growth scan yesterday at 32 weeks and she was only 3 lbs 6z. All of her measurements are proportionate and she scored well, but she is just a tiny peanut.
I will be having bi-weekly NSTs and weekly BPPs. At 36 weeks, I have another umbilical cord doppler due to the fact that she has a two vessel cord.
yes, had it with DS.
Combo of IUGR and preeclampsia
I know you from the August 2013 board too! My docs haven't officially declared IUGR yet, but I have a follow up u/s tomorrow to make sure she's still growing.
I also have GD, so I'll be doing 2x weekly NSTs starting next week. And, possibly another u/s at 36 or 37 weeks.
I had IUGR with my son. It was extreme, but he was born a day shy of 39 weeks. He weighed 4 lbs, 3 oz and spent two weeks in the hospital (special care). His major issue was maintaining his blood sugar levels. Once he got that down, he was just a feeder/grower until he was released at 4 lbs, 14 oz.
He's been growing like a weed since his birth and is now a super healthy and happy toddler. PM me if you have any questions!
Hi again! I posted about this on a separate thread, but it looks like my DD is IUGR too, her abdominal circumference is only in the 8th percentile.
I'll have a follow up u/s at 37 weeks, and if she doesn't show any progress, I'll be induced.
The good news is it seems like most of the others who had this issue had healthy, normal babies who are now children growing strong.
Good luck mama!