WHEN A FETAL SYNDROME DIAGNOSIS FEELS LIKE THE END, WE HAVE RESOURCES AND HOPE FOR NEW BEGINNINGS.
YOU'LL NEVER FORGET THE MOMENT YOU HEAR YOUR BABY MAY NOT SURVIVE. WE REMEMBER.
LIFE CHANGES THE INSTANT YOU LEARN YOUR UNBORN BABY HAS A FETAL SYNDROME. WE HAVE RESOURCES TO HELP.
OUR FAMILY IS GROWING
The Fetal Health Foundation now includes the Fetal Therapy Think Tank, bringing the expertise of 100’s of fetal therapy and medical industry experts to create a bright future for more young families through fetal medicine.
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Your contribution gives hope to families with fetal syndromes.
With the CIRM funding, the UC Davis team will be able to launch their one-of-a-kind treatment in the coming months. It will be delivered while the baby is still in the mother’s womb (in utero). The complex procedure, with its unique use of a stem cell “patch,” could improve outcomes for children who are born with the severe form of spina bifida known as myelomeningocele.
When I was pregnant, it felt like my mind never stopped. When I would try to fall asleep at night, one thought after another would keep me up.
If that sounds like you, meditation is a wonderful way to quiet some of those intrusive thoughts, so you can wind down. With meditation, you will be concentrating on listening to your rhythmic, steady breathing and getting in touch with your baby.
11-weeks pregnant with her third child, Jessica Reger expected this pregnancy to go as smoothly as the others, with the exception of a complicated delivery with her second baby that required an emergency surgery and blood transfusions. But a routine ob/gyn visit revealed an abnormal blood screen – her blood was alloimmunized.