Why is my baby small?

Xiaoke did an ultrasound in the 31 week prenatal examination. After seeing the report, the obstetrician told her that the fetal growth was more than 2 weeks smaller than normal, and there was the possibility of fetal growth restriction. Xiaoke was confused: how could my baby be smaller? Is there not enough nutrition? Is there any problem? The more she thought about it, the more worried she went to the specialist clinic of fetal medicine under the advice of obstetrician. < p > < p > fetal growth restriction (FGR) refers to the fact that the fetal growth does not reach its genetic potential due to the influence of maternal, fetal, placental and other pathological factors. < / P > < p > or ask the obstetrician to reevaluate. The doctor will check the gestational week again according to your menstrual history, ovulation date, urine HCG positive time, B-ultrasound in early pregnancy or B-ultrasound at NT, and so on, so as to determine how many weeks Xiaobao should have? How many weeks younger? < / P > < p > it is recommended to carry out detailed ultrasound screening of fetal structure and amniocentesis for chromosomal karyotype if necessary; some factors of placenta and umbilical cord can be examined by high-risk ultrasound, but these factors can not be improved during pregnancy. < / P > < p > remember, it is very important to count fetal movement during pregnancy. Follow up once every 2-3 weeks for fetal growth. If abnormal amniotic fluid and blood flow occur, it is recommended to follow up once a week. There are risks of chronic intrauterine hypoxia, nervous system damage, and even fetal death during pregnancy. Therefore, the timing of termination of pregnancy should comprehensively consider the gestational week, etiology, type, severity, monitoring indicators and local neonatal intensive care technology level. < p > < p > termination of pregnancy in earlier gestational weeks should be evaluated by professional fetal medical doctors to assess the risk of premature birth or stillbirth, and find a relatively better time point to better improve the prognosis of maternal and fetal. < p > < p > for pregnant women with previous history of FGR and preeclampsia, or pregnant women with high risk factors of preeclampsia, it is recommended to take low-dose aspirin from 12 to 16 weeks of gestation to 36 weeks of pregnancy, so as to further improve the adverse prognosis. Xiong Yu, deputy director of prenatal diagnosis and fetal medicine, chief physician and master supervisor. She is good at the diagnosis and treatment of complex twins, intrauterine growth restriction, fetal malformation and high-risk pregnancy and perinatal health care. She has certain experience in the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological inflammation, uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts. PARRENT&CHILDREN