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Hello dear
Im pregnant woman 35 yrs old
Im obesse 140Kg
I did triple test and the result was as follow
Estriol  :  0.3 ng/ml
Hcg  :  9300mIU/ml
Afp  : 28 IU/ml

Tris 21 = 1:1530
Tris 18 = 1:149
NTD = 1:2613
At the week 16 of my feus
My physician says the risk of trisomy is low
But he needs an ultrasoud image but after 20 days i cant wait im very worry please can you help me
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Try to quiet your fears. If anxiety starts to get too much, talk to your doctor. When pregnant, our hormones go round and round making us more prone to worry, rumination and the blues. Talk to your doctor about this. The risk is low. There is no reason to suspect otherwise. From my perspective, your numbers look pretty normal. I was an older mom and refused this test. We worry too much. The likelihood your baby is fine is very high. Get your imaging after 20 days and stay busy doing other things before then. If you can't, talk to your doctor about anxiety. Congrats on the pregnancy!  Will you also find out the sex of the baby at that imaging appointment? (I could find out from 20 weeks on so you may be a little early for that).
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Thx dear .. i feel more good after your respond .. the sex not yet i didnt image it...
Well, that's probably coming up in what? Two weeks? ARe you going to find out the sex or be surprised? I was surprised for both of my babies.

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