The Great Candy Run Virtual 5K

Our friends around the country are asking if they can run the Great Candy Run in their area.  We suspect they want to run to support the work of the Foundation, but it may also be the case that they want an officially sanctioned excuse to eat candy and wear a fancy...

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$50,000 Research Grant Deadline Approaching!

Brianna Marie Memorial Research Grant fund reopened with an increase to $50,000 and a new deadline of September 15th. The mission of the Brianna Marie Memorial Research Grant (managed by the Fetal Health Foundation) is to improve health outcomes for pregnancies and...

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Zika Virus 101 Infographic

The Zika Virus and Microcephaly are in the news recently. Many of us wonder why we haven’t heard of it before, and what we can do to protect ourselves and our family. One of our readers, Emily Maynard, put together an easy-to-understand infographic about the...

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Aran’s Story

Aran Hissam is a new member of the Fetal Health Foundation Board.  Before joining our organization, she channeled her experience with a fetal syndrome, non-immune fetal hydrops, to her work with the Brianna Marie Foundation.  We asked her to share her story. In August...

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A Resource for Families: Miracle Flights

The Fetal Health Foundation is pleased to spread the word about Miracle Flights.  This terrific nonprofit organization also dedicated to families offers resources to families for whom travel for medical reasons can make a miracle possible. We’re happy to have...

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New Public Service Announcement for Fetal Health Foundation

Families with a fetal diagnosis are the heart of our work. Thanks to your support, they are not alone. Our public service announcement will soon be shown throughout the country. You can see it- and share it- here. To be part of our work, share your story,   or make a...

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A Big Thank You!

We’d like to thank the Chameleon John team for their generous donation. ChameleonJohn is on a mission to help people save money on their online purchases. After having saved money for tens of thousands of consumers, they decided to take their mission one step...

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A search of the literature has not produced any cases of fetal hydrops associated with an inadvertent HSG in the early first trimester.

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Medical Report: Summary for L.S.

L.S. originally presented at 42 years of age G-1, P1001, with an over one-year history of secondary infertility. L.S. and P.R. conceived their first child without delay and delivered via Caesarean section nearly 3 years prior. This delivery was complicated by post-partum hemorrhage and retained placental fragments requiring an emergent dilation and curettage (D&C). Her recovery after this intervention was unremarkable. She nursed for 1 year and had return of regular cyclic menses after weaning.

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