I am a 25 year old pregnant from Kuwait. This is my first pregnancy and I am in 25 weeks gestation. My unborn child is recently diagnosed with Posterior Urethral Valve Syndrome by an ultrasound. There was left sided hydronephrosis with dilated left ureter and dilated thickened bladder with a 'Keyhole Appearance'. I am wondering what is the best action to take at this point. What are my options and what do you recommend. I am worried sick!
Im 25 years old this is my forth baby last year 1/11 i had a tubal pregnancy it was very sad so me an my b.f decided tht we will try again this year. I got pregnate in nov an im now 14 weeks an the same thing is now happening to me they said my baby is probable a boy because this is where this condistion usally happens im wondering wht happen with you and your baby please im so concerned an cant get off the fact that my baby is so helpless so if you dont mind please. Help me if u have any helpful advice thanks
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