Tag Archives: Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

Our story with a bilateral congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH)

When I became pregnant with our daughter last year, it was after one healthy pregnancy (our 2-year-old son) and three miscarriages. A few weeks into this pregnancy, some blood work … Full Entry »

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Fetal Imaging: The Importance Of Diagnostic Imaging And An Early Diagnosis

At Texas Children’s Hospital we are committed to quickly and accurately diagnosing any complications during pregnancy by investing in advanced imaging technologies used by our expert team, who has been … Full Entry »

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18 Months Later: How My Daughter is Overcoming Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

I wrote my last blog when Milan was just 3 months old. And although it hasn’t been an easy journey for us or for Milan, she is now a happy … Full Entry »

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Surviving C47: Our Family’s Journey With Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH)

My husband, Jered, and I are one of those couples that can’t wait to give each other gifts. Every birthday, Christmas or anniversary we end up exchanging presents days before … Full Entry »

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Sitting On The ‘Other Side’ — When A Nurse Becomes A Concerned Family Member

In early 2010, I received a phone call from my pregnant sister asking me “what’s ECMO?” My heart dropped and I knew that something was wrong. I listened to her … Full Entry »

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