Im 32+4 weeks along and found out today after alot of US and back and forth between OB, Docs and specialists that our little man only has one functioning kidney. We are not overly bothered by it tho we were just wondering what kind of things we will need to keep in mind, have to be careful of and/or expect once he is born??? TIA :-)
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23-05-2013 20:50 #1
23-05-2013 22:12 #2
Hi peanutskittles, don't have any personal experience, but just wanted to say my Gran only ever had one kidney (she didn't find this out til her mid-70s!) and lived to a very ripe old age without it causing any hassles
Good luck with everything!
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