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1/5 or 0/5 = deeply engaged. If it's your first baby, engagement tends to happen in the last weeks. In subsequent pregnancies, it may happen later or even not until labour has started.
Iron deficiency is the most common cause of anemia in pregnancy. Folate-deficiency anemia. Folate is the vitamin found naturally in certain foods like green leafy vegetables A type of B vitamin, the body needs folate to produce new cells, including healthy red blood cells. During pregnancy, women need extra folate.
Pregnant women with hemoglobin less than 10 g/dl, considered as anemic gave birth to neonates with birth weight of 2.6kg, while pregnant women with higher hemoglobin level (>10 g/dl), considered as normal gave birth to heavier and normal babies (3.3 kg).
Your midwife will measure how much your baby has engaged in fifths. 5/5: free, meaning your baby's head has not engaged in to your pelvis. 4/5: sitting on the pelvic brim. 3/5: lower but most still above the brim. 2/5: engaged, as most is below the brim.
Urine test results (for presence of protein or sugar) NAD: nothing abnormal detected.

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Hb, or haemoglobin This is the part of your red blood cells that carries oxygen around your body. A low haemoglobin level means you are anaemic and will need extra iron.
Capable of being handled, touched, or felt; tangible: "Anger rushed out in a palpable wave through his arms and legs" (Herman Wouk).
So 5/5 or 4/5 in your notes means that your baby hasn't dropped all the way down yet, while 3/5, 2/5, or less means that your baby is engaged. Your midwife may also write "NE", "NEng" or "free" for "not engaged", or "E" or "Eng" for "engaged".
Meaning of abbreviations used in maternity notes L or R in front of these tell you which side of your body your baby is. Engagement of baby's head in the pelvis. NE, NEng, Not Eng: not engaged. E or Eng = engaged. 5/5 = free.
There can be a 20% increase in the total number of red blood cells but the amount of plasma increases even more causing dilution of those red cells in the body. A hemoglobin level of pregnancy can naturally lower to 10.5 gm/dL representing a normal anemia of pregnancy.