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katieandiggy@tiscali.co.uk - 96.1 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hi everyone, I was a regular poster on her back in 2011/2012 when my son was diagnosed with unilateral VM measuring 12.6mm at 33 weeks. All tests came back normal including a CVS as I was too late for amino. I have given updates periodica ...


turtlemom - 282.6 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Andreiuxto, the chances of 'normal' neural development for your surviving twin is 97% - http://www.obfocus.com/questions/qanda10.htm. Please use caution when choosing your words here. I'm certain it was a very difficult decision to terminat ...


andreiuxto - 296.9 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
I'm pregnant with twin boys, 28 weeks. At our 20 week ultrasound we found Twin A to be perfect, other than a 2-vessel cord. Twin B on the other hand, had severe bilateral VM at 20 and 22 mm, with ACC and little brain tissue found. We got a ...


stacieT - 355 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
I had my baby boy on Wednesday. His left vent at the highest measured 11 something and resolved around 32 weeks to 7.9. He has had some complications since birth, but they assure me they are all due to my csection and have no bearing on the ...


Tina Pop - 374.9 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hello! It's my first time writing here. This forum has been very helpful these past 2 months. At 27 weeks I was told that my baby boy has unilateral borderline ventriculomegaly, left ventricle measuring 10-11 mm (the doctor mentioned even g ...


kawanna - 382.3 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
This great man called Priest Babaka of babaka.wolf@gmail.com helped me with a pregnancy spell. i have been married for the past 9year without a child i and my husband has went for many check up but the Doctors always bring positive result ...


healthguide622@gmail.com - 481 hours ago - Posted in Blended-Families
Do you want help to get pregnant and tell everyone about your joy when it happens? Anyone who is willing to do everything they can to get pregnant is ready for this pregnant plan guide. This Getting Pregnant plan will help you maximize yo ...


healthguide622@gmail.com - 481.2 hours ago - Posted in Alcohol
In fact, people in the world have bad habits. They have different lifestyle, nightlife, smoking, junk food, alcohol and many more. When you try to conceive, you have to leave the bad habits. Do you want to know what will happen to your bab ...


apritchett50 - 499.5 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hello! I am currently 32 weeks pregnant with a little girl with IMV. Her vents have been stable for a while now, at 11 and 13. We had an MRI at 28 weeks which showed the same measurements and no other problems. But now they are suspecting I ...


tagaston - 743.1 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Lovingmummy1-yes, had blood taken for torch screen. Waiting for results. Opted not to have amnio, didn't really seem worth the risk this close to the end game. ...


lovingmummy1 - 768 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
I meant my daughter is now two and fine * ...


lovingmummy1 - 768 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Tageston my daughters both were 11 when we found out at 17 weeks. Remained the same or just below 10.5 and then randomly one ultrasound showed 8mm both sides and then the MRI which is supposed to me the most accurate and was confirmed after ...


tagaston - 791.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hello. At our 20 week scan our baby girl was found to have one ventricle at 10.6mm so we were referred to the consultant the following week who did a detailed scan. At that scan both ventricles were found to be below 10mm (they were both ar ...


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