I'm trying to stay postitive and not over think this. I went for my 2nd anatomy scan & 1 hr glucose test yesterday. I knew it was serious when the Chief of Obstetrics came in to talk to me rather than a resident. She explained that our LO has a cyst in her right lung (CCAM) that will most likely require surgery at birth or soon after. Luckily this is not affecting her heart/lung function and everything else places her in the 82nd percentile for positive growth. This comes only a month after I suddenly lost my mom, who was also my best friend. (It's news like this that makes my heart ache for her to hug me and tell me it's going to be ok) She died from complications with blood clots that caused a cardiac arrest. I'm also high risk because I have had blood clots in my lungs and now due to this pregnancy put me at higher risk for getting them again. Although I am not a religious person I keep telling myself that God only gives us what we can handle. We will get through this and I'm sure this is the first of many hurdles we will face as parents. My mom loved to help people, so I have to believe she is watching over all of us.
Has anyone had any experience with CCAM?
Thank you for your feedback. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.