The daughter of a friend of mine is pregnant with her first child. Recently they discovered the baby has a single umbilical artery, or SUA. My friend has done some research, and of course what she finds is a small window of light, and a long list of the possible negative outcomes. She has asked me if I know of anything more alternative for this, in other words a non-mainstream opinion or advice.
Based on what she has told me, the statistics are in her daughter's favor, at 2/3-3/4 of all SUA babies being born healthy. It's the 33-25% which are not that she is focused on and looking for some peace of mind.
I am pregnant with my second, and this pregnancy seems to be, as was my first, low risk with zero complications. I am not familiar with SUA, and thought I would go directly to this forum to see if anyone in this "alternative" (ha ha) world has any thoughts on the matter.