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    Had a MRI on tuesday got told the baby brain isnt developing as it should so we are seeing a obstetrician and neurologist on monday to see what our options are in. Need help. got told at ultrasound 4 weeks ago that baby has ventriculomegaly left venticle was 11.3mm and right is 11.0 now mri picked up left & right 12.4mm

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    Big hugs! I hope you get some advice from the neurologist and ob next week. My ds had ventriculomegaly picked up by u/s at 31 weeks and we didn't know until after he was born that it was due to a brain abnormality. (he was born prem at 32+2). I'm currently having my 2nd and having an MRI this week to check brain development for peace if mind. Drs think my ds has a metabolic disorder which can cause the brain not to develop well or slowly he has symptoms similar to cerebral palsy. Wish I had some advice for you but wishing you all the best


 

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