Mr. Annua, thank you so much for taking the time to respond to my anxiousness.
We have been praying. I actually had my 1st visit wtih the specialist on Monday (yesterday)
and the MD says that everything looks normal and they took blood to repeat the test before
doing an amnio. The MD feels that when I took the test, it was too early (15 weeks) and
he would like to see the results now. Again, thank you for your thoughtfulness and your prayers
and congratulations on your healthy bundle of joy. Prayerfully, in another 24 hours we find
out that the abnormal screening was just a scare to deepen our faith. Thank you again.
I am 14-16 weeks PG and got a phone call today saying that I have an abnormal lab and my MD is recommending amnio, I was reseaching on the web considering I am now anxious about the next step and ran across this forum, your baby has been born at this point and I was wondering how were the end results for you after your abnormal results
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