Thanks ladies, it wasn't what we were expecting. I'm incredibly lucky that DH is very knowledgable regarding imaging and we have many friends who are also radiologists so we've been able to get fast appointments for the secondary scan as well as DH being able to explain everything.
The poor sonographer who did the scan said he would only see a couple of abnormal morph scans a year and unfortunately this one had to be the bosses wife. I feel so sorry for him being in that position but it was also great to get the news from a friend who I trust 100%.
Luckily we are already delivering privately at the mater and were seriously considering a cesarean so no need to change plans.
Of all the cardiac abnormalities this is probably one of the better ones. Survival rates with surgery are very good. The only other good option would be that the imaging just didn't capture the right stuff but that is extremely unlikely.
So as to keep things a little upbeat here is a little shot of our gorgeous little guy.
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