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  Foetal Growth Movements: Head bigger than tummy
Name: Suchithra M
Date: 2005-10-01
I am 22 weeks pregnant.Yesterday i met my Gyni ..she told fetus head is somewhat bigger than it's tummy..i am so afraid..is it normal during this week..or will it harm my baby during delivery..anyone please help me..anyone experienced similar problem?
Name: JJ
Subject:  Hi
Date: 2005-10-03
hi
no need 2 worry. Baby's head will normally b bigger than its body till around 32weeks. Body will start gaining weight and matching the head anytime after the 32nd week. Its nothing to worry about. Take care and enjoy ur pregnancy.
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