Hi ladies I use to come here last year when I was pregnant my baby is now 9months old a boy and this forum has been very informative and all the ladies have been very helpful. Well I am back again cause I am 6 weeks pregnant with a CRL measuring 0.50cm has anyone had familiar? and i hope i will be welcomed here thankyou all by the way I am from the caribbean and medical technology down here is far lower than that of the US, Canada, British so sometimes I may have a lot of questions even if i rcently had a baby ty you girlys
i think it's something to do with the length of the fetus but i will ask my doc next visit i guess i was too excited at the results to notice anything to ask but i am now going over the ultra sound pic and i saw it
Here's a good article about infant size and gestational age. If you scroll down a bit you can find the charts. It's a bit more detailed then wikipedia as it gives not only the average but the 5th and 95 percentiles too. It also has a chart for BPD which will be of use once you get into the second trimester.
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