hello everyone our doctor told me that our baby who is on 18th week has multiple cysts on right kidney and single cyst on left kidney, with amniotic fluid just adequate, my wife is a pre gestational diabetic and is on insulin. We are scheduled for a ultrasound scan 2 weeks from now , but i am really worried about the outcome, we lost our baby 1 year ago due to my wife high blood sugar and we don't want to lose our baby again, we are from a part of the world where there is lack of specialist doctor, i am really really scared and so is my wife, does anybody have a positive outcome result with such conditions as i don't want to risk my wife's life again and again just to bear a child ....but i would really love to be a father from my beloved wife. a really scared future father god bless all. please pray for us.View Thread
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