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    Default Soft markers on ultrasound

    Just wondering if anyone has had four soft markers in an ultrasound and at a later ultrasound they had corrected themselves or everything was ok a birth.
    Guess I'm just trying to find some hope to cling to.

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    One of the feet that sandal gap toes but funny toes run in my family. A small chin was another and bright spot on kidneys and heart. Iim only 16 weeks and wondering if at 19 weeks these will still be prominent or may resolve.

    Thanks for your response, I appreciate it.

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    I hope you can find someone with first hand experience.
    I have two friends. .. One is my SIL where markers were found for Downs syndrome and a friend who had soft markers for spina bifida I think.
    But further testing ruled them out. And both bubs born without any health issues.

    My daughter at 20 weeks had a heart defect diagnosed and some makers with short bones etc. She does have a genetic syndrome but is doing so amazing.

    I hope you get some positive results at your 20 week scan. Pregnancy can be so stressful. xx

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    My DD had short femurs and was missing an artery in her umbilical cord (picked up at 12 weeks). Monitored more closely throughout with worries of growth retardation and born prem due to cord "malfunctioning". Was born 41 weeks, 4kg and at 5 is still in 97th percentile for height and is all legs - so for us they weren't anything to worry about (just wish we'd known that 30 weeks earlier). Good luck at next scan

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    Hugs @MissFaery I have no experience but can imagine how hard that is. Hopefully some others have some experience

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