Congenital Anomaly Scan: 23 Weeks Pregnant

Bleu's Congenital Anomaly Scan
This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series First Pregnancy Journey (2017)

Definition: Congenital Anomaly scan, also known as a mid-pregnancy scan, takes a close look at your baby and your womb (uterus). The person carrying out the scan (Sonographer) will check that your baby is developing normally, and look at where the placenta is lying.

I was 23 weeks pregnant when the scan was conducted.

Here’s a video which I created to make the experience more memorable.

This was done to allow us, the parents, to know as early if there’s anything to worry about when it comes to our baby’s overall physical condition.

Everything went out fine!

All of Bleu’s gross structures appeared normal in size and condition.

All the parts which needed to be there were there.

Our baby was very active during the ultrasound and we’re very happy to see her in that condition.

The only low-light was the fact that she was on a Breech Presentation (23 weeks) so I was told by my OB to consistently talk to my baby and ask her to rotate in the right position.

Things are getting really exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time.

It’s my first pregnancy that’s why I would always feel a little paranoid about certain things.

But I put my 100% trust to God that everything would turn out fine.

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