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Posted by Jan on May 26, 2000 at 11:11:04:

My niece called me an hour ago to tell me her 19 week sonogram indicates her baby will be born with Down's: the baby has shorter than normal legs and arms, fluid in a ventricle and an echogenic heart problem. We are all stunned and at a loss on how to support her and everyone this affects, especially with some of the decisions she has to make at this point. How do we find the best doctor? Does the ventricle need in-utero surgery to prevent more fluid buildup? Is it too early to be thinking of these things?

We are receptive to any of your suggestions.

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