Doctor insights on:
Ultrasound At 36 Weeks
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
I am 36 weeks. Ultrasound showed 6lbs1oz. My fundal height is measuring behind at 35 cm. It's been perfect until now. Is this normal when baby drops?
Yes: Ultrasounds and fundal heights can only "guess" at weights and gestational age unless done serially. Once the baby drops into the pelvis generally at 36 weeks gestation the fundal heights are "iffy". ...Read more
Our baby is at 36 weeks. The recent ultrasound showed growth from 35% to 37%. There may also be increased blood flow to the brain. Should we worry?
Ok: An average baby will be measured at 50% in growth. Your baby's size is a little below average, but entirely normal. Interestingly, these measurements have nothing to do with the adult size/heighth of your child. I've never seen a report of increased blood flow to the brain, so I'm not sure of the significance of that...Probably good if anything. ...Read more
I am 36 weeks preg. And an ultrasound just revealed my baby is breech. What can I do to help her turn around so I can deliver vaginaly?
Not much: You could ask your doctor if he/she is willing to do an external cephalic version. This is a procedure where 1-2 doctors manually attempt to essentially flip your baby. Not all of us still do this. ...Read more
I'm 36 weeks OBGYN said baby head was low with ultrasound yesterday does that mean she will come soon. My first daughter came at 38 weeks. I was 1cm dilated and still thick when she checked me at 34 weeks she didn't check me yesterday.
Maybe maybe not: Your body will know when its time for labor. Many multiparous women are dilated 2-3 cm by term and sometimes are quite low in the pelvis. Remember most OB docs have an answering service, so if you start having some labor pains that are regular call the office number even if after hours and talk with your OB. I don't check often at 36 weeks myself. Too many exams increase infection. ...Read more
If I had a period between sex partners and 1st, 2nd, 3rd trimester ultrasounds all confirm my LMP can I be sure the partner after LMP is the father?
Yes: Sounds like it but you can go through the specific dates with your doctor or with an online reverse due date calculator if you want more detail. ...Read more
I am 36 weeks pregnant. Ultrasound showed 6lbs1oz. My fundal height is measuring 35 cm. It's been perfect until now. Is this normal when baby drops?
It seems OK:
You and your unborn baby appear to be doing well.
If "the baby drops", the head becomes "engaged" into your pelvis and the baby's kick count remains good..., your odds of keeping your pregnancy "perfect", of going into normal spontaneous labor after39 weeks and delivering a healthy baby seem very good. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant and OBGYN said baby's head is very low when she did an ultrasound yesterday. She didn't check me. Could this mean she's coming soon?
Can not conclude: Based on this information of the head being low no conclusions can be made regarding the likely onset of labor. If you are contracting then see your doctor for a cervical exam. If you have other concerns for preterm labor schedule a follow up so that your risk can be assessed. ...Read more
I'm 36 weeks pregnant. My fundal height measured at 35 cm. On the ultrasound the baby measured 35 weeks 5 days and estimated to weigh 6 pounds 1 ounce?
????: I'm not sure what you are asking. Please restate your question. ...Read more
I'm 36 weeks pregnant and just found out I have mild preeclampsia. Is that the reason my baby was measuring 2 weeks behind at 30 weeks ultrasound?
Preeclampsia: Yes, your condition may cause a fetal delay. Make sure your still under the care if your ...Read more
Daughter is 36 weeks pregnant. Dr called and said her ultrasound showed the baby had the a thin walled stomach. What does this mean? Scared to death
Call the doc: The term has no valid meaning to me and suggests s/he did a poor job of explaining what they found. Since they have the data, ask them to explain it better. ...Read more
Wife 36-weeks pregnant; daughter. Ultrasound at OBGYN - 2 ovarian cysts. Or 1 from two angles. Main?? : is the baby in pain?? 1) 8cm 2) 3cm
Who has the ovarian: Cyst? It is unclear if it is your wife that has the cyst or if this is a prenatal diagnosis in your daughter. Typically if baby is in any distress to include painful distress, there will measurable evidence from the biophysical profile documented during OBGYN's fetal monitoring. It is very unlikely that your baby is in pain. You might want to discuss further with your OBGYN. Take care! ...Read more
Pregnancy 3rd trimester completes on 9 june I have increased blood flow in placenta on ultrasound what does it indicate? Is it fine or not?
Should be fine: Excellent blood flow to the placenta generally means your baby is being well nourished. Unless this is accompanied by other issues it is doubtful that this has negative connotations, but the best person to discuss this with would be the obstetrician who did or ordered the ultrasound. Have a great baby. ...Read more
Effacement of 50% at 36 week may not be abnormal. The cervical dilation also need to be known as well.
A first time pregnant mother can be at this stage for several weeks before labor.
For a multigravida mother, she is only one week from 37 weeks which is term. Thus if a pregnant mother goes into natural labor after 37week, they usually do fine and the same with the infant. ...Read more
Please ask your OB: I start checking my pts at 37 weeks since that is considered term and sometimes a check can cause contractions or labor or srom, or usually it does not cause either of those, if there is an issue I would check you at 36 weeks but not normally a nd hopefully you had an ultrasound at 34-36 weeks to get an efw, check the fluid and make sure the baby is head 1st. ...Read more
It won't: Ricola has small amounts of herbs that help to relieve cough. I wouldn't eat the whole bag in a day but a few cough drops here and there this late in your pregnancy are fine. Tylenol (acetaminophen) also makes cough drops. You just need to read the package and look for anything they state regarding pregnancy. ...Read more
Yes: At first the kicks you notice will be few and far between. In fact, you may feel several movements one day and then none the next. Although your baby is moving and kicking regularly, many of his jerks and jolts aren't yet strong enough for you to feel. But later in the second trimester, those reassuring kicks will become stronger and more regular. ...Read more
Urine or water?: No. Not usually.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: It will not. The baby is protected by the bag of water it is floating in, and it does an excellent job of protecting the babies ears. ...Read more
Size: The date doesn't change. The baby is either bigger or smaller the the average baby at 36 weeks. ...Read more
Oblique Lie at 36 wk: An oblique lie (assuming this is head-down oblique) will convert to a longitudinal lie (head-down, cephalic, or "normal") 99% of the time by the time of labor. About 1% of the time, the baby may convert to a transverse lie. Obviously a transverse lie is not compatible with vaginal delivery, which would affect the birth. ...Read more
Premature delivery: Ideally, your pregnancy would go 38-40 weeks, but most babies born at 36 weeks do fairly well. They are more prone to having problems maintaining blood sugar, increased risk of jaundice, and occassionally temperature instability and feeding problems. These issues are usually anticipated and detected early, and with appropriate monitoring and treatment have no long term impact. ...Read more
Ask your OB: You really need to speak to your ob. If the answer is not satisfactory, express that the answer is not addressing your concerns. If no more info is forthcoming, seek a second opinion from another ob. Do not deal with this on a message board. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Is transvaginal ultrasound more accurate than a pelvic ultrasound?
- Ultrasound for neck
- 3 month fetus ultrasound
- 10 week ultrasound scan
- Ultrasound shows spot on liver
- Baby boy ultrasound at 12 weeks
- 2 ultrasounds in one week
- Ultrasound at 12 weeks boy
- Pregnancy swab at 36 weeks
- Ultrasound of hip
- 6 week ultrasound only gestational sac
- C section at 36 weeks
- Ultrasound after iui
- Are 6 week ultrasounds accurate?
- Ultrasound shows liver
- Ultrasound vs
- Ultrasound dating
- Ultrasound accurate
- Ultrasound for cmv fetal
- Ultrasound at 8weeks