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14 weeks pregnant. Possibility of any conginental abnormalities? First baby had conginental heart defect

Sir my marriage on 25/6/2011 my 1st baby boy born on 28/04/2012 with conginental Heart Defect of ASD , VSD & PDA. operation was down to the ASD VSD & PDA but my son is no more because of Cardiac Arrest after the operation. now my wife is again pregnant of 14 Weeks my wife age is 34 years is there any chance of any Conginental abnormalities now please tell me sir we are in tension
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
After going through your history,your first issue had congenital heart defects.
You should take little extra care, visit your Gynecologist and explain details to him/her and take any medicine with the advise of your doctor and take care of diet and overall health.
Now a days it is possible to get a Fetal Echocardiography done to detect any heart defects or to know normal development is taking place.
There are certain test which can detect of can guide possibility of any kind of defect,like Triple or Quad test.
If any thing is suspected proper treatment or best possible advise may be given.
If every thing is fine you will have normal outcome.
Best of Luck.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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