Is there any hope after being diagnosed with Fetal Hydrops?
I have already been trhough 3 pregnancies with fetal hydrops and have not had a diagnosed yet. I know that it in all 3 pregnancies it happend around mid second trimester (weeks 24-27) severe animea, and fluid around the brain and stomach. I had a blood transfussion on my last pregnancy at ucsf and unfortunaly our baby past away right after. I am now 2 months pregnant. I just want to know if anyone out there has ever had a healthy baby after being diagnosed with Hydrops.
I just wanted to let you know I was reading this to my husband and he said did you write this.....as this sounds exactly to what we have experienced! I have 3 children then 1 hydrops, another pregnancy healthy, and the last 2 have been hydrops with no answers, Frustrating!!! How did the 4th pregnancy turn out? and have you got any answers on your 3 angel babies? Thank you
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