im 11 weeks pregnant with my third baby and ive just been told it may have a herniated bowel the doctors are not 100% sure of this with me only being 11weeks gone and because i am so slim on my scan it should baby had a small lump on its stomach so what are the chances of it being a hernia and if it is what treat can be given for it
I can't find anything on the internet about this...have they scheduled a repeat scan for you? I believe that repairing a herniated bowel is a fairly simple procedure...but i'm not sure how it would affect a fetus.
when i had my scan they also told me i had a cyst on my left ovary which is about the size of an orange they told me that the want to remove it when im 16weeks pregnant is this safe n what r the risks of it harming the baby
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