Well, i didn't have the problem of having a big baby, i had the opposite, small baby. With my last son i was having growth scans every week, and the day i was induced the ultrasound measured him to be 5lb 7oz, but he was born 4lb 14oz. Now with this pregnancy i am going through the same thing, but i know the ultrasounds are not really accurate. Even the tech thats being doing my growth scans now said you can give or take a few hundred grams. I have also read alot of ladies on here who were told they were having a big baby have turned out to be alot smaller than what the scans said.
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