With my two bad pregnancies, both girls had IUGR. With my first baby in 2007, she had severe IUGR @ my 24 wk ultrasound, and by that time
I already had preeclampsia.
In 2011, my daughter had IUGR, but with good blood flow, and no signs of PE. It stumped my doctor, who said
that because my daughter had IUGR something was up (she didn't know what at the time). Later that day, I had my complete abruption, and
there was our answer.
I would take it as a good sign for now that your baby is measuring well.
-Elissa, January 2007: stillborn at 25 weeks, severe PE, IUGR, reverse-end diastolic flow
- Chronic hypertension as of November 2007
-missed miscarriage Feb 2009
- Ismael Jaden, June 2010, 36 wks, oligohydramnios & rising BP's, my wonderful little man & the love of my life
- Janelle, September 2011, 24wks, 3days. complete placental abruption & DIC, stillborn