I probably should have asked this ages ago, but there's been so much going on, and I just realized that tomorrow with probably (hopefully) be my last ultrasound this pregnancy.
My last baby was born with a 2x nuchal cord and true knot. Most of the 15-ish hour labor (after 6 and 7 hour labors with the previous two) went okay, but the very end got scary.
Ds was born at 42 weeks, and I had had a couple of u/s in that last week and a half or two, but nobody ever mentioned any cord issues.
I don't think I'm quite *paranoid* about repeat cord issues - I know it's a pretty random thing, but I can't deny having concerns. Can't/shouldn't an u/s tech be able to check on something like that? It seems simple enough to me, but then I have to wonder why it wasn't caught before, when we were doing BPPs. This scan is technically just to check up on IUGR risk, so I don't even know if they're "allowed" to check on other things.