During my TIFFA USG at 19 weeks and 1 day, the fetal nasal bone measured 0.44 mm. Will the fetal nasal bone develop after few weeks, or it indicates a short nasal bone? Or is it too early to conclude? The scan report showed the following: prominent bilateral pelvis, more on the right side (4.77 mm) compared to the left (3.4 mm) with mild Caldwell dilatation on the right side, echogenic cardiac focus in the left ventricle. My previous fetus also showed the above mentioned two things, but at two different scans. I am currently taking Susten 200, iron, vitamins, calcium and Thyronorm 25 mg. Please give your opinion.
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I wrongly mentioned the nasal bone thickness as 0.44 mm. The correct measurement is 0.44 cm.
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