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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 12, 2009
  • 01:56 PM

Hi i was wondering if anyone could help. My pregancy with my first daughter (who is now 9) went well but at 6 months i stopped growing i was scanned and it showed she has horseshoe kidneys, she was under the hospital for 4 yrs in this time she had a bad infection which caused scarrin on her lungs which now means she has high blood pressure, She was discharged at 4 yrs old.
She has always been underweight and height but on many occasions i have been told its just the way she is. In july this yr she lost weight and u could see her heart beating in her chest after going to hospital and docs x amount of times was told it was a viral infection, 2 days later she had pains in her heart we rushed her straight to hospital, where we found out her left lung had collapsed.
Since all this she has had x amount of tests, turners syndrome, t.b cystic fibrois, etc. We have found out she has small underdeveloped lungs (40%) , gross abnormatalies on her spine, limited mobility and a webbed neck, her bones havent fused properly in her spine so she also has a hole at the top.
I have searched all over the internet and can not find anything similar to all these symptoms put together, i would really appreciate anyones help very much, thanks alot for reading i have tried to keep it as short as possible.

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