Crista - posted on 11/12/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )
I am 23 weeks with twin boys. When I went in for my ultrasound at 20 weeks they found Twin A had plenty of fluid and was doing well. Twin B doesn't even have enough fluid to do an amniocentisis. We can not get a clear picture of his organs to fin out what is going on. They said there could be something wrong with his kidneys or the placenta. I was told that there is a high chance of miscarrage with twin B due to fluid levels and if he did make it to term, there would be possibilities of physical deformations or major health issues. Does anyone have any experience with this. I am not sure what to so. The doctors are saying there is a possibility he will not make it and that I might want to terminate that pregnancy. I feel as though I am having to make a blind decision.