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#1 of 7 Old 03-18-2013, 11:12 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I was planning a 2nd HB when our anatomy scan revealed an abdominal wall defect last week.  Anyone who has been through this, I would love to talk to.  Thanks, Mamas.


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Bumping up for more input!  Anyone have experience with this?




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Have you looked here? I would do a lot of research and talk to some pediatric specialists familiar with gatroschisis before setting y sights on a HB. Not knowing more specifics that's just my humble opinion. Very best wishes!

http://www.chop.edu/service/fetal-diagnosis-and-treatment/fetal-diagnoses/gastroschisis.html

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pm me. I can offer information.


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Oh yeah, homebirth is out, completely.  They baby will need immediate surgery at birth.  Definitely wouldn't want to risk infection during transport or shock.  

 


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Bump in case there's anyone else out there!


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me too!

I was planning an unassisted homebirth.... now i'm going to the hospital and I'm so afraid I won't be able to breastfeed since she'll be taken away so quickly and for a long time.... and gastro-baby breastfeeders?
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