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Mid Preg. Anomaly Scan
My wife is currently 16 weeks pregnant. Her first trimerster scan (done at 8+ week) report was normal (single live intrauterine pregnancy). She is currently out of town (at her mom's place). By which week is the Anomaly scan (second trimester scan) is to be done? She needs to return and schedule accordingly. Just in case of serious complication and the out-dated MTP Act of our country... Need to be sure!
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Hi. Mustbe you missed 12 wks scan. Please atleast do scan now and do quadruple test. Then next scan is in 19th week. Meet gyn soon.
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Go for anamoly scan at 17-18wks  show it immediately to your doctor
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u have missed a scan called nt and nb scan done around 13 weeks. So get an early anomaly scan at 18 to 19 weeks.
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Hello.......the anomaly scan is often called a 20-week scan, your wife may have it any time between 18 weeks and 20 weeks plus six days... There will not be any serious complication of it.. It's routine scan done to see if there is any anamoly in fetus. Only gross anamolies can be detected
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