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want a healthy baby

I am Nikita Patni from Delhi. I request you kindly to go through all that I have mentioned and suggest to me what I should do. I was married in 2005. My two issues have expired due to multiple abnormilities. The first one expired just after five days and the second one expired after one year of treatment in Delhi.
I am forwarding a brief history of illness of both the children. The first child was born in 2006 in Imphal and expired just after five days. The doctor's report of the ultrasound of the whole abdomen was as follows: The external genitalia shows an elongated cylindrical structure with three rounded components, two corpa cavernosa and a corpus spongiosum thereby suggesting a penis scrotal sac is empty. > Testis/testes not delineated in the inguinal region. > Neither uterus nor ovaries could not be visualised posterior to the urinary bladder.

The second Child was born in February'2008 in Delhi and expired on April'2009. During this period he was admitted several times in the hospital and the doctors diagnosed the child as > DORV, VSD, PAH with CHF. The doctors' said that the child was case of congenital heart desease with facial > dysmorphism. He had complaint of jerky limb movements, was diagnosed as hypocalcemic seizure. The baby's Karyotype report is > > Karyotype: 46, XY > > (Two karyoype attached) > Comments: This karyotype is consistent with a normal > male karyotype. > 2. FISH test report: Comments: there was no deletion > of the TUPLE 1 locus at 22q11.2 on chromosome no. 22.
Your kind attention will help my case. Thanking you, Nikita Patni

Posted on : Thursday, December 3, 2009 10:01 AM
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