Congratulations on your baby girl!!!
I had a SUA with my last baby.
A baby is a gift from God
Loving Mom to three
Loving Mom to three rambunctious
THanks for the encouragement.
I know you already had some answers, but I'll throw mine in too since its hard to find enough encouragement about an SUA. First: do not look at the statistics online! They are skewed from trisomies, which from the tests you've done, looks like you are clear.
I had mine diagnosed at my ultrasound too. The tech got really detailed after she found the two vessel cord. She practically did a level II ultrasound herself, and whispered to me not to worry as I left. A week later I got the full level II and no other problems were found. I only did the nuchal translucency and screening, both were fine. My girl was born in August neither early nor small. 9lbs 8 ounces and induced a week late. I took her in for an ultrasound to check her kidneys etc. at 6 weeks, and she had no problems at all. Because of the SUA, they checked her over particularly carefully during her Apgar tests, so don't worry if they seem to take longer than you would think.
Sometimes, two vessel cord is just a quirk-the delivery nurse said they see it a lot without it having been diagnosed before delivery. If they haven't found any other markers at the tests you've already had I bet your girl is just fine.
Good luck and don't stress, I was freaking! Don't be a me!GingerGood luck!