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Hydrocaphalus in baby - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
User :   during the first ultrasound scan, we have found water in the baby's brain.
How critical is this case??
what do you suggest ??
can we keep the baby and give birth?
User :   it is around 3 months now
User :   could someone please respond?
Doctor :   yes
User :   during the first ultrasound scan, we have found water in the baby's brain.
How critical is this case??
what do you suggest ??
can we keep the baby and give birth?
Doctor :  
are you there
User :   yes
User :   di dyou get my query
User :   during the first ultrasound scan, we have found water in the baby's brain.
How critical is this case??
what do you suggest ??
can we keep the baby and give birth?
Doctor :  
yes, water in the brain is called hydrocaphalus
Doctor :  
so , it depends on the amount
Doctor :  
if its mild its not aprob,
User :   which scan will give more clear picture?
Doctor :  
but that you should cofirm with your obstrtecian
Doctor :   utra scan is the best
User :   will 3D ultra scan help better?
Doctor :  
that is more than enough
Doctor :  
yes, definitly

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