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So, you have to think about it more concretely. "suspected fetal abnormality." When we think of an abnormality we think of something being WRONG, because that's when those things are usually presented to us. So, we hear that word and think trisomies and heart defects. But really, "abnormal" just means not within the normal range. So, technically, if this particular measurement is a bit outside the range of normal it *is* a "fetal abnormality." But that doesn't mean it's a *problem*. And it sounds like it wasn't even really outside of the normal range.
Get used to this, too. It will happen when you have a newborn and a child, depending on the approach of your pediatrician.
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