Yes, there are several methods to detect and monitor Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR) during pregnancy. Regular prenatal check-ups, including ultrasound scans, can help identify any potential issues with fetal growth. The doctor will measure the size of your baby's head, abdomen, and femur bone to assess their growth rate. Doppler ultrasound is another technique that measures blood flow through the umbilical cord and placenta, providing valuable information about fetal well-being. Additionally, monitoring maternal weight gain and tracking fundal height can give indications of possible growth problems. Early detection of IUGR allows healthcare providers to develop a management plan tailored to your specific situation. This may involve more frequent monitoring, specialized tests like biophysical profiles or non-stress tests, or even delivery before full term if necessary for the baby's well-being. It is important to consult with your healthcare provider for personalized guidance throughout your pregnancy journey.