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Posted by: zena | 2002/12/18

medical terms

went for a scan the 04 spt and the letter that was printed out from the whta could read. was, consisctent geststion of 12 weeks. and the comment was the is a sinlge intra- urine of pregancy of approximamtely 12 weeks. could this have menat that i was 12 weeks pregnant then and how accurate was the scan.please the terminology. thank you

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Zena, gestation = age and single intra-uterine means that there is one baby inside the womb (i.e. no twins or ectopic pregnancy). I can’t tell you how accurate the ultrasound scan was, but there is no reason to believe that it wasn’t. Good luck.

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