22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Parallel oriented lateral ventricle dilated occipital horn and higher placed 3rd ventricle possibility of agenesis of corpus callosum, in anomaly scan report come doctor please help me i am so much afraid

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Answer: Hi! There are 2 different things that have come up....lateral ventrical dilated at the occipital horn. In this there is nothing to worry as there is a chance it may resolve on its own . The main is agnesis of corpus callosum. This structure connects the 2 parts of the brain. And if there is non formation of it then baby may face some abnormality. Like low motor coordination like delay in sitting and walking chewing and swallowing difficulties and many other. So normally there is no treatment for it but if a neurologist is consulted they might just give developmental therapy which can work for the baby. In fetus nothing can be done also pls consult with your doctor regarding this as there can be termination of pregnancy done as the baby can have really bad abnormalities so do consult with the doctor.. Be strong and have faith..
Answer: Hi mam thank you for your reply. Myself and my self blood relationship marriage. Moreover my family has two persons with this abormality. In NT scan all come normal but now it shows high risk of corpus collasam agenisis
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