Mandy and Steven: Hyrops Fetalis, and Bilateral Renal Agenesis

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

 

 

 

 


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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