I had my anatomy scan a week ago and today was my appointment with the OB and he said that the umbilical cord isn't attached in the right spot. Instead of being in the middle like it should be its attached off to the side.
He didn't say it had a name and he didn't seem that concerned so I googled it when I got home just to see if it was a big deal or not...and now I'm kinda freaked out.
Has anyone been diagnosed with this? How did it work out for you and the baby?
I guess if you only have VCI the big concern is that the cord won't nourish the baby and you'll end up with growth issues (too small). But if you have Vasa Previa, where the cord is low and across the cervix, you can actually rupture the cord while in labor and end up with a still birth.
My doc did say that my cord is NOT near my cervix so thats good...but I'm still worried