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hello girls! so we are 35 weeks!!! i went for my weekly biophysical profile (ultrasound and NST) everything looked great with her - she is 6 and a half lbs!!!!! head down and i'm 25% effaced, and apparently having some contractions too!! Anyhow on the ultrasound (which we have gotten probably 12 Us's this pregnancy at least!) they noticed that both of her kidneys are mildly dialated.... her bladder was dialted or full as well. They said with it being mild it can be normal. or may be a sign that she will have kidney reflux as a child.. They will look at them again next week and monitor to see if they go down (which they think they will). Anyhow, anyone have anything like this, and if so how did it turn out? I'm worried that anything may be wrong with our little girl!!
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