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    Fetus has Mosaic Turner Syndrome
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    Clodagh posted:
    I am almost 20 weeks pregnant and through amniocentesis found that the baby has 45,X [2> /46,46XX[15> Mosaic Turner Syndrome. However, the ecocardio and utrasound show everything is fine with her. Now I have to choose to terminate the pregnancy or keep the baby. I appreciate anyone who has had a similar experience and can give me some advice.
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    Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, RNP responded:
    Dear Clodagh: While looking in Google for a layperson's explanation for Turners' Syndrome( for our other readers) I came across this series of posts from women who either had Turner's Mosaic or bore children with this. Usually I tend to respond with science quotes and research studies. Yet in your case, this seems to be more what you are asking.

    http://www.carepages.com/forums/health-conditions/topics/402-turner-mosaic-syndrome-mosaic-turners

    Our best wishes to you, and your support people, in making the right decision for you.

    With Respect,
    Jane


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