The Fetus Experiences Gastroschisis During 15 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
what information can I get, yes, a doctor about a prospective baby with a bgn case. the best consultation can I get at which hospital n which specialist doctor?
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Gastroschisis is a congenital disorder (birth defect) where the baby's abdominal wall does not close completely so that the organs in the abdominal cavity come out of the abdominal cavity. This condition can occur alone (only gastroschisis only), can also be part of certain syndromal diseases.
While you are still pregnant, you should carry out routine pregnancy checks to the obstetrician (not only to the midwife). Nothing can be done to overcome this condition while your baby is still in the womb. Handling can only be done immediately after your baby is born. You must do delivery planning with your obstetrician as soon as possible and delivery should be done in a hospital with complete child care facilities (NICU must be available), pediatricians and pediatric surgeons. The child must undergo initial surgery as soon as your child is born. Always follow your obstetrician's instructions regarding your delivery plan (including if indeed your doctor recommends having a cesarean delivery).
Regarding which hospital can handle gastroschisis problems, you should ask your obstetrician directly. One thing is certain, there must be an NICU and a pediatric surgeon (or other surgeon who can handle gastroschisis if a pediatric surgeon is not available) at the hospital. You can open the following link to find a pediatric surgeon.
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