Question about Growth scani have an appointment for 28 weeks growth scan and an appointment to see a doctor at the same time, don't know why as I haven't even had 20 week anomaly scan yet just received a letter saying one of my hormones in lower than average?
I am sure your appointment for the scan at 20 weeks will arrive. Regarding the low hormone level, it can be associated with slow growth of babies and hence the advise for the scan at 28 weeks to assess the baby's growth. You may even be given more scans further in the pregnancy.
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