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desitwins - 13.1 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Wanted to leave a quick update if it helps anyone - one of our twins was diagnosed with in-utero ventriculomegaly - 18mm and 15mm at its peak but regressed to 14mm and 11mm over the next few weeks. They were born Feb 11 and a day later, the ...


mafansister - 15.5 hours ago - Posted in Constipation-(Babies)
many people told apple juice is good.. can try.. I think my kid prefer dragon fuirt.... ...


maryjanewong - 16.8 hours ago - Posted in Constipation-(Babies)
I've tried so many traditional remedy including feeding with prunes and fruit juices to my LO when he was still 2 years old back then. My MIL even tried some chinese traditional herbs on my kid and ended up my kid kept vomiting, got admitte ...


adray lay - 18.4 hours ago - Posted in Constipation-(Babies)
does prune juice really helps? can get it from supermarket? or it must be fresh? Hope this remedy could help my son. He's been having constipation for almost a week. ...


joellerollokostor - 37.4 hours ago - Posted in Constipation-(Babies)
tips for all you mommies if your baby is constipated i have tried prune juice or even prune fruit my baby was about 5 months at that time while consuming soy formulas he couldn't shit and he would cry and cry and cry and he seems really c ...


StacieT - 46.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Small update. Nurse called and infection test was negative, and with 90% certainly baby has no chromosomal abnormalities. I asked her what else could cause this but she didn't know. ...


turtlemom - 51.4 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
For vent measurements under 12mm, there is a 97% chance of normal neural development. Best wishes to you and yours! http://www.obfocus.com/questions/qanda10.htm ...


brey - 59.8 hours ago - Posted in Constipation-(Babies)
My child is 14 moths old. Recently I realized she was having constipation and I did some research online. Some are giving advise tat she should consume more fiber ad drink plenty of water. I suspected its the milk powder that causes her to ...


LennyJ - 64.9 hours ago - Posted in Baby-Product-Reviews
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StacieT - 74.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
I am hoping someone will maybe have a similar experience to mine. We went in at 19 weeks to find out baby is a boy. We got a call later saying he had bilateral choroid plexus cyst. That these are not harmful and they just wanted to send me ...


turtlemom - 101.7 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Jess, I suggest you find a group on Facebook called Hydrocephalus. Those measurements would qualify for that possibility. My daughter has that condition. You can click on my name to find my blog. Best wishes for your next scan! ...


jesspaewai@gmail.com - 107.7 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hi everyone! Just came across this forum while endlessly searching for positive info about enlarged ventricles. I am 23 weeks pregnant with Boy/Girl Twins, my girl has a severely enlarged ventricle, measurements are 22mm in baby girl and ...


sunnyoutlook - 133.4 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
That is great news Mummy. I will be interested to hear what the consultant says. We had our second scan yesterday and our vent (posterior lateral) had come down slightly to 9.8mm. I have another scan next week and possible MRI but our consu ...


mummy4812 - 142.7 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Just an update. We had a call from the hospital today and things are looking better. We are still classed as borderline ventriculomegaly as the measurements taken on our mri were 9.5 and 9.6 for the lateral vents. They said they do not have ...


turtlemom - 161.6 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
I have done a little more research on 4th vent enlargement as it is more uncommon. I have found some studies that show it to be benign in early scans. I'm curious to find out what your MRI shows. ...


mummy4812 - 228.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
My notes from the hospital say borderline ventriculomegaly and a prominent 4th ventricle. Every time they have done measurements they have advised me they were measuring the fourth ventricle but like turtlemom advised this seems high for a ...


turtlemom - 237.1 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
sunnyoutlook, you are correct on the measurements for lateral ventricles. If they are at or around 10mm, there is a wonderful prognosis. But, mummy4812 described the 4th vent as enlarged. That is a completely different story. ...


turtlemom - 237.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
mummy4812, are you positive it was only the 4th ventricle that was enlarged? Are the lateral vents not enlarged at all? If this is the case, I would recommend getting a MRI. That is a more unusual case. It is a very large measurement for a ...


mummy4812 - 269.1 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
I am new to this and after some advice from people who will understand my recent turmoil of emotions. At my 20wk scan we were informed that our little girl has a prominent fourth ventricle. We were immediately put under consultant led care ...


gandjplus1 - 291.9 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Just wanted to leave another update on my now 18 month old with VM. She is doing so wonderful and is developmentally perfect. She is running, climbing and talking a ton. Her VM was first seen at my 19 week sono and never resolved. She h ...


JamesKeneally - 471.1 hours ago - Posted in Birth-Control
Form your point of you can opt for contraceptive pill or vaginal ring without help of the physician or gynecologist. All other mention prevention required help of gynecologist so it’s better you can go for contraception pills yasmin, yas ...


firsttime2323 - 489.6 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Humanist - aww congrats! I want to try again soon. My son is 6 months corrected but I love kids and I plan on having a big family. My husband agrees and this time I want to start trying and I want a little girl. My son has vents 19mm and 20 ...


MacCrewe4 - 499.5 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
36 week update - our baby boy now has two vent measurements 27/31 (down from 40 on one vent last week). Microarray came back clear to eliminate genetic factors, no spina bifida, or other apparent anomalies, etc. Met with neurosurgeon who s ...


humanist - 500.5 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Firsttime2323 - my 3 year old son had vents of 20mm each side at birth. He's turned out fine in every way, absolutely no issues whatsoever. 5 days ago my daughter has born who didn't have ventriculomegaly or any other condition and seems pe ...


Pompey - 511.1 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hi I am looking for advice. I am 28 weeks with twin boys. A scan at 26 weeks showed increased LV at 12mm. A second scan today has shown an increase to 14mm. Unfortunately the professor was not available to discuss this with me and I await a ...


firsttime2323 - 531.1 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hey guys! So genetics called me and asked to see my son. However she said all tests that they have done came back normal they want to see if they can do anymore testing. And she said if your planning on having babies in the future we can he ...


mariska - 552.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
hi all, I was on this forum a few years ago. My baby was diagnosed with ventriculomegaly (12 mm at max). He turned 6 years last august and he is doing great, except his school results now show that there might be something with is reading s ...


firelily - 557 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Well, we had an MRI done at 32 weeks which confirmed that the brain was developing normally and vm was the only finding, so the doctors were very reassured. Even before this, they weren't really concerned about a 13, the most important thin ...


firelily - 576.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Our specialist said that she sees unilateral vm more often in boys, and asymmetric vents in general in boys whether or not they are dilated. Afterwards, I know nothing about the teardrop shape, but I can tell you that at 20 weeks our baby's ...


turtlemom - 581.8 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
It happens sometimes later. It's not unheard of. I've never read anything about boys and girls being different. But, maybe they know more than I do. Honestly, that normally isn't the case. But, maybe it is this time. Clinical trials are few ...


turtlemom - 593.5 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
The margin of error is 1.5mm. And, it's more difficult to get a good reading the further along you are. I would suggest you wait a couple of weeks and get another scan. If they are still measuring larger than 10mm, you could consider gettin ...


firsttime2323 - 696.8 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
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firsttime2323 - 697.8 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Maccrewe4, don't worry! Everything will be fine! Just wait until baby is here. We've all been thru a lot and usually when baby is out good news start to happen. They said my baby would have abnormal behavior and genetic problems and so many ...


MacCrewe4 - 708.2 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hi, I am 35+ weeks pregnant and have been through quite a bit. At 20 weeks we had abnormal blood work and 3-4 soft markers for Downs - had a clear amnio. Soft markers included slightly dilated kidneys 4.1 when norm is 4mm and chorid plex ...


turtlemom - 765.6 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
I wouldn't worry, mamakatherine. You are very far along and it's very difficult to get a good vent measurement at 37 weeks. I'm surprised they even tried. To me, that is nothing at all to worry about. ...


MamaKatherineJJ - 1015.3 hours ago - Posted in Ventriculomegaly
Hi everyone, i am currently 37 weeks pregnant. My doctor hasnt even told me that my son has ventriculomegaly or what problems could bring to my baby. I'm 22 years old and very scared because in the ultrasound he shows a 12 mm ventricule... ...


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