:confused:Hello, I am a 29 year old female, I have a healthy 5 year old son and with his pregnancy I had no complications. Since my son, I have had 3 miscarriages outside of 2 pregnancies that ended with both of my babies dying of Renal Agenesis (Potter's Syndrome). This disease affects the urinary tract that causes the baby not to born with kidneys and this in turns prevents the baby from producing amniotic fluid which helps with the development of the lungs. In both cases the baby can not survive outside of the womb. Both myself and my husband have had chomosome testing that came out normal, I have seen a fertility specialist that didn't find any abnormalities and again all of my testing have come back normal. I've gone to a Maternal Fetal Specialist and they couldn't find anything wrong. I really don't know where to go now, I need to find out if anyone can tell me what specialist we need to seek, and what test we need to ask for to find out what's going on. Can anyone help us? We so desperately want to have more babies, but we just can't go through another loss like this again.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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