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Mandy and Steven: Hyrops Fetalis, and Bilateral Renal Agenesis

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Mandy and Steven had four girls and were excited at the possibility of their fifth child being a boy. At 20 weeks, Mandy and her oldest daughter went to her doctor’s appointment and were told that something was seriously wrong with her baby.  Mandy and Steven were told that the baby had a condition called Hydrops Fetalis. The doctors also had trouble finding some vital organs and noticed his heart was enlarged; they offered the option to terminate the baby. After many tests were done, they found out that the baby had Bilateral Renal Agenesis





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