as i am 35 now. i had a baby boy 6 months ago but he died after 48 days, want to take precautionary steps before next pregnancy.doctors were having some suspections about him as he was a down baby only by his facial appearence.my baby died because of pneumonia and diareah. he was then hospiyalised for 10 days before his death .please advise.
I'm so sorry for your loss, I can't imagine going through what you went through.
I don't know much about anything but I'm not sure what steps you could of taken to minimize your risk of a downs baby.
As far as I know it all comes down to egg quality. And you don't really have control over that. You might want to go over to the preg 35+ board as those ladies (myself included) are 35 or older and ttc or pregnant and maybe are a bit more knowledgeable about statistics etc...
My name is ritu. I am 30 now. my first baby expire in 8th month in stometch and Next baby boy died after 3 month (sudden death) in pregnancy Now at this time I have no baby.
at present I ignore pregency one year and 3 month. after second baby death then Dr. suggest Torch Test. When I done. then rubella igg 45% and cmv igg 15%. After Test take vaccine for Rubella. and today 15-07-2010 now Repect Tourch Test I get Rubella igg 4% its Normal but CMV IGG 12% . NOW AT TIME TIME WHAT CAN I DO. PLEASE SUGGEST SOME MEDICIANE.
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