When parents learn that their baby has a birth defect, they experience emotions like confusion, blame, sadness and worry.
As a fetal-pediatric surgeon in the Cincinnati Children’s Fetal Care Center, I encounter families who have just learned that they’re expecting a baby with a birth defect and we’re their next stop….
In this ever-changing environment impacted by COVID-19, women who have higher-risk pregnancies face a different set of challenges in requiring more visits and potential fetal therapies in order to chance a successful delivery. The Fetal Health Foundation recently compiled the most accurate information out right now about what being diagnosed with a fetal syndrome looks like….
award-winning 2020 Connexions magazine, full of updates around fetal research, how our maternal fetal partners are improving outcomes for patient families with conditions such as spina bifida, IUGR and tetralogy of fallot, as well as learning more about PCOS and pregnancy, or the importance around birth photography.
Families come to the Fetal Health Foundation to find hope, information, and treatment. One way we help them is to provide an accurate database of Treatment Centers offering hope for these conditions.
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