I had my anatomy scan at 20 weeks, and while everything looked okay with my baby, her head appeared "dolichocephalic", which is basically longer than usual if looked at from above. The dr said it's most likely due to her being in breech position, but I can't help but worry.
I think that's a common finding with a breach baby.
My baby was said to have a bracycephalic head Wichita means wide. My first son had the same. Nothing to worry about we are all different shapes and sizes.
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