22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi dr. I have done my anomaly scan today and has been told that my baby has a tiny white spot in his heart. And also said that nothing to worry about it. Plz tell me if there is something serious

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Answer: No don't worry still your in 22week pregnancy....by increasing your days the white spot will goes on it won't show in your next scan...no need to worry
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