31 weeks baby measuring small

(4 Posts)
00100001 Fri 25-Sep-20 22:47:56

Well, the whole point of centiles is that some babies have to be in the lower centiles. There has to be a smallest and biggest baby burn at some point.
It's a bell curve.

Plus as long as growth is continuing, it's fine.

LouiseTrees Fri 25-Sep-20 22:42:29

Oh for goodness sake.. both words with centi in meant to be centile

LouiseTrees Fri 25-Sep-20 22:41:35

My baby followed the 9th centimetres curve for growth scans and after she was born. Healthy 10 month old now, no issues, still following 9th centipede curve.

Cooley Fri 25-Sep-20 21:25:24

Hi,
I’m just over 31 weeks pregnant. I had a scan today to check my waters as they were potentially low. Thankfully all was fine regarding that. However, my baby is apparently weighing/measuring small. So I’ve been told I will have a growth scan in 2 weeks to monitor this. The baby is apparently just below the 10th percentile.
My first baby was the complete opposite and was on the 95th! So today’s news came as a shock and a worry!!
Has anyone else got some similar experiences they can share with me please? I’m really worried and just hope my baby is ok as I’ve read a few things online linking this sort of thing to stillbirth and cerebral palsy etc, which has totally freaked me out! sad
Xx

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