My two recent ultrasound head circumference measurements have shown my baby’s head to be in or under 1%, which technically is microcephaly. HC was 7% at 28 weeks, then 1% at 30 weeks, then <1% at 32 weeks. The rest of the baby’s measurements are normal: femur is 65% and torso is 46%, estimated weight…

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