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Presence of bilateral talipes in the fetus - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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User :   hi im 32 weeks now went for a routine check up was diagnosed by polydramnios so had a scan soon after the reason they picked out is my fetus has a very small bubble ans is not swallowing the amniotic fluid which they have to and the Dr's also said it also had bilateral talepues i don't know how to spell it but its is also known as club feet.......i don't know what to do accept cry the whole day please lemme know has any one also gone with this history before or any one in family.has.........what will happen to my baby will it be alright ........please in a shock as every thing was absolutely normal up till 30 weeks...
Doctor :   let me read it
User :   alright
Doctor :   Talipes is a deformity of the foot
Doctor :   The growth and the development of the baby shall be normal
User :   yes and i have also been detected with a small stomach bubble in the fetus
Doctor :   unless otherwise there is some other problem
User :   which is that he/she is not swallowing the amniotic fluid
User :   which results in polyhydramnios
Doctor :   Did the doctor say that it is hypertrophic pyloric stenosis
User :   no nothin they have asked for another scan on 4th feb long timenow
User :   im depressed
Doctor :   Why are you depressed talipes
Doctor :   is a simple thing
User :   just want to know has this happened any time before in any case and does the fetus start to drink the amniotic fluid later on
Doctor :   polyhydramnios is to be found why is it
Doctor :   and you are confused
Doctor :   I think your doctor has not explained it properly

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