Hello i need some help please. I recently had my u/s to find out the sex of my baby but instead the doctors told me that my amniotic fluid is too low which is only 14mm and this is because my baby's kidneys are not functioning well, some say that the kidneys are enlarged and some say that there is cysts on both If them and ur baby Is going yo die soon or u should have abortion coz There is no chance to save my baby even if I gave birth to it. Please is there any One else having or Had this problem? Iam soo worried and dont Know how this is going to last, this is My first baby and Still i dont know the sex of my Baby since my fluid is sooo low and most probably the baby will not survive. Please need some help and guidance. P.S: iam now 19 Weeks pregnant but all the u/s tests show that iam 17 Weeks coz the fluid is low and the baby is not growing properly.View Thread
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