Since Dec 23, 2010, we have been told that our baby to be Mackenzie has a really good chance of having Agenesis of the Corpus Callosus... a.k.a. ACC..(structure of nerves that connect two hempishperes of the brain together). Well we did the Amnio and everything came back normal for the chomosones and such. two XX's for it being a girl and so on. well Little miss Mackanzie decided to go breech and the nurse nor the Dr. could get a good view of her head to see if the nerves connecting both sides of her brain had formed yet or not. UGHH.. LOL.... well even tho the test came back "normal", they couldnt see a change in her head, so the Dr. is set on her still having this condition and unfortunately with my being on Medicade, they won't cover a fetal MRI, but dr. says a MRI after she is born is more accurate and would prefer that anyways. He also suggested I continue seeing him at the hospital and stop seeing my dr. So from now on I am considered a High Risk Pregnancy. and wil be delievering her at Winnie Palmer Women & Infant's Hospital.
She also has a bowel that is "white" which means to bright, it looks like it would be a bone since on U/S it is white with all bones. So they have rules out Cyctic Fybrosis (I dont have it :)....) So On top of her Brain, she has that issue. Said the placenta could have leaked, and she ingested blood and what not. My info all at home I cant remember exactly. but long story short....
Would You be able to wait till she was born? I mean this is the best hospital for infants in the state of Fla. They will take excellent care of her/us. would u not insist on further testing for the safety of the baby? there really isnt much they can do till she is actually here.
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