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Pregnant, twin fetus, one fetus has congenital brain defects, cardiac attack possible, chronic abdominal pain. Treatment?

My daughter in law had twin fetus in 13 weeks pregnancy . One of them was Congenital brain defects . For that Dr. told us for cardiatic attct for that one. Which was held on four days back . Now she is in rest but there some cronic pain in her abdomen. Due to this pain he can not laughing also. Is there any problem . Please advice.
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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Hi! I have carefully undergone your problem & what I would like to advice you is-
1) The abdominal pain is common after such intervention in pregnancy which seems complicated
2) In such situation where the pregnancy is complicated in two important aspects, twins & one of the fetuses having congenital brain defects, it would always be better to consider termination of the pregnancy in view of future harm to the mother as well as to one of the fetuses, if at all the pregnancy be carried on.
3) It has been a general natural rule that any defective carriage is going to be terminated ia a natural way!
Thanks & wishing a smooth & uneventful pregnancy to your daughter in law!
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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