21 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have gone anamoly scan yesterday.. doctor found an two bright teen spot found in baby's heart septum..other cardian functions and other organs are quite normal.After hearing this spot,I got worried . Doctor asked me to take blood test to find if any malinfection /auto immune system flaws..The report will come after 1 week ..But I am affraid and restless..

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