Category Archives: Fetal Center

A Bump In The Road: A Guide To Fetal Medicine And Fetal Care Decisions

While most women experience healthy pregnancies filled with food cravings and swollen feet, some may experience complications along the way. For parents who learn that their unborn child may need … Full Entry »

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From Hawaii To Houston: Why My Family Moved For Texas Children’s Hospital

Our story starts in Hilo, a small town in Hawaii. When we found out about our daughter, and first child, Kirana’s heart defect, I was almost 5 months into my … Full Entry »

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Two Heartbeats: My Family’s Journey With Twin-To-Twin Transfusion Syndrome

It all started during a routine appointment with my maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) specialist, Dr. Marshall St. Amant, in Hammond, LA. At 19 weeks, my husband, Jay, and I were enjoying … Full Entry »

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Fetal Intervention For LUTO: A Chance At The Healthiest Possible Start To Life

This blog was co-written by Jayme Molohon, Nurse Coordinator at Texas Children’s Fetal Center.  When new patients visit the Texas Children’s Fetal Center for evaluation oftentimes they are scared and … Full Entry »

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2014 Monthly Round-Up: Top Stories From January

We think it’s safe to say we started 2014 off on the right foot! We introduced a new mission statement for the hospital and held the groundbreaking for Texas Children’s … Full Entry »

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