My daughter in law was told when she had ultrasound that 1 femur is shorter than the other. She went to a Fetal Specialist and this is the only thing they can see wrong. Said everthing else looks perfect. She already has a perfect little 14 month old boy and this baby is a girl. We are so worried!!
Hi rdb! I personally do not have any experience with this, but just wanted to suggest reposting this on some of the other forums here on medhelp. This "December 09 Babies" forum was created for women with due dates in December '09, so there are not as many of us...plus most of us have delivered by now and are no longer as active on here. BUT there are a few other forums that would probably get you a lot more responses. I would try either or all of these...
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