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Most caregivers will record their patient's fundal height on every prenatal visit.

Measuring the fundal height can be an indicator of proper fetal growth and amniotic fluid development.

The FH growth curve was presented as smoothed function of the 10th, 50th, and 90th percentiles, which were derived from a regression model fitted by a multilevel model for continuous data. FH growth curve was derived from 7,523 measurements of 1,038 women.

FH from 20 to 40 weeks was measured in centimeters.

The right of a woman to accept or decline a test should be made clear.

[2008] Pregnant women should be offered information based on the current available evidence together with support to enable them to make informed decisions about their care.

research any test before deciding whether to use it or not. For more information on prenatal testing, see the FAQs available from info on the Internet.

Testing decisions vary greatly depending on family history, medical condition, parental beliefs, etc.

This FAQ covers ultrasound information and issues specific to women of size.

Big moms are STRONGLY urged to read the FAQ on Ultrasound Safety and Accuracy BEFORE reading this FAQ, so that they can better understand the benefits and risks of ultrasounds before reading about their implications in women of size.

Kmom can't emphasize the importance of reading BOTH FAQs strongly enough!

[However, please note that some duplication between FAQs was necessary in certain spots.]"The technology of prenatal diagnosis is usually presented to us as a solution, but it brings with it problems of its own..technology of prenatal diagnosis has changed and continues to change women's experience of pregnancy." All pregnant women in our technology-happy modern society face confusing choices about prenatal testing, its advantages and disadvantages, and its appropriateness for them.

This information should include where they will be seen and who will undertake their care.

[2008] At each antenatal appointment, healthcare professionals should offer consistent information and clear explanations, and should provide pregnant women with an opportunity to discuss issues and ask questions.

Large pregnant women face even more confusion, since prenatal testing can be slightly harder in this population, and the results can be more confusing.

However, since they may be at a somewhat increased risk for problems like neural tube defects, they also face greater pressure than others to have these prenatal tests, even though the tests are often difficult to interpret.