I am 32 weeks pregnant with my 4th child. I remember being WAY bigger with my other pregnancies. The last 2 times my fundal height was checked it was only 27. Is my baby growing ok our am I just losing a lot of fat???
My doctor isn't concerned, but I also haven't seen her in a month. I think I might just be overly concerned because I had a miscarriage right before this pregnancy and was drinking heavily before I knew I was pregnant. Just wondering if any others had "small" babies...
Your fundal height has nothing to do with fat. Your baby may be small but it doesn't mean anything is wrong. When you go for your next appt. ask for the measurement & if it's off again by more than 2 weeks ask what she thinks is causing your baby to measure smaller.
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