they did testing while she is still pregnant and said the baby only has 18 total im sure it was chromosomes but could be the other thing. they did testing where we live then they were like 16 so they sent her to a bigger hospital in toledo ohio and it was 18. thanks guys if some can help me out.
THANKS ONE HOSPITAL TOLD HER THE BABY HAD 16 SO THEY SENT HER TO TOLEDO HOSPITAL IN TOLEDO OHIO AND THEY TOLD HER THE BABY HAD 18 AND SHE WAS FINE BUT I KNOW THAT STILL ISNT GOOD RIGHT. I HOPE THEY R DOING SOMETHING FOR HER TOO
I couldn't do that. If something like that were to happen to me I would be asking every question there is. When I had my NT scan at 13 weeks, I continuously was asking the technician how everything looked if he was developing normally from what she could see. I asked questions the whole time. I hope she gets more answers. Keep me posted on what happens. Best of luck to you and your family.
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