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Does this scan look ok? Worrying

(18 Posts)
PossibiliTea Tue 24-Oct-17 23:05:56

I’ve had a private 12 week scan today but I’m worried because they didn’t do the NT measurement and I’ve been looking at the scan.. does this look like an abnormal amount of fluid behind the neck?

I was worried about the nasal bone but you can see it in another pic.

QuestionableMouse Tue 24-Oct-17 23:07:29

I'm not an expert but it looks like baby has her arm up behind her head and that's what you can see.

ChocolatePancake Tue 24-Oct-17 23:07:56

Google "12 week ultrasound". It looks perfectly normal flowers

PossibiliTea Tue 24-Oct-17 23:12:29

Thank you so much I googled and was driving myself insane so I was like right..to mumsnet!

Oysterbabe Wed 25-Oct-17 03:20:55

My 12 week scan looked very similar and I got a low risk result on the downs test.

PotteringAlong Wed 25-Oct-17 03:22:55

Unless you are a trained sonographer you can't possibly know. Stop googling - it's dangerous!

PossibiliTea Wed 25-Oct-17 08:57:38

It really is dangerous to google anything to be honest. Appreciate the reassurance from your replies smile

owltrousers Wed 25-Oct-17 09:09:12

My scan also looked similar and I worried too - unnecessarily!

Lozmatoz Wed 25-Oct-17 09:22:43

No point in asking us random people on mumsnet. You need a professional sonographer. Wait for your nhs app.

PossibiliTea Wed 25-Oct-17 11:34:31

No I know, I will, just wanted to see if anyone else’s looked similar

Roxx1516 Wed 25-Oct-17 13:36:41

Iv seen lots of scans that look like this, mine included and they couldn't do my NY measurement either because baby wouldn't keep still, I had the quad test done few weeks after 12 week scan and the tests came back low risk so I wouldn't worry too much, worrying only makes you ill and you don't need to worry if there's nothing to worry about yet lol. I'm sure the sonographer would of told you If anything looked abnormal, she scans lots and lots of people on a daily basis, have trust in them. I no its hard but if anything is wrong they will be the Ones to notice xx

Roxx1516 Wed 25-Oct-17 13:37:18

NT **

PossibiliTea Wed 25-Oct-17 14:47:51

Thanks Roxx

EastDulwichWife Wed 25-Oct-17 15:48:26

What a beautiful baby! Congratulations OP.

PossibiliTea Wed 25-Oct-17 15:58:00

Thank you east! I need to start to relax and enjoy rather than worry over everything now I think. Stepping away from google...

KarateKitten Wed 25-Oct-17 16:01:37

I'm quite sure your sonographer would have flagged up anything he/she though was of any concern. Untrained random people of mumsnet are going to see less than the sonographer.

thingymaboob Wed 25-Oct-17 17:11:23

You cannot tell from that picture. Baby has to be in correct position and use the measuring thing to get accurate measurements. It took an experienced sonographer about 10 minutes to get it. Unless you're trained you don't know what you're looking for.

PossibiliTea Thu 26-Oct-17 14:35:50

At the NHS scan they couldn’t get a measurement so need to just do bloods at 16 weeks. Extremely grateful everything looks good but would really like to get peace of mind and the screening done, has anyone else had any experience of this?

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