Re: Strange Face in Ultrasound? deformed?
I could be wrong, but I don't think technicians are allowed to tell you anything because it's considered a "diganosis," and that's only something a Dr. can do. But if you're worried, call the doc for reassurance You don't need any worries; I'd call just to have peace of mind.
My dd's ultrasound looked hilarious. We called her "Skeletor" until she was born
Rebekah ~Wife to my love, Mama to my two littles, Stepmom to one beautiful young woman~
Forever in my heart; Luisa Grace and her tiny siblings.
"In your children, you've been handed a piece of history in advance - a gracious gift you send to a time you will not see." ~Tim Kimmel
Last edited by RebekahG77; 10-28-2008 at 03:05 PM.