20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Anamoly scan at 20 weeks shown baby is having bilateral talipes (club foot) for both feet. This is a shock and both of our families don't have any history of this thing. Worried very much. Please share

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Answer: It's not genetic anomaly. It can be cured by stretching or surgery(both) after delivery.
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