We had a 20-week ultrasound done and they found a two vessel cord and we were sent to a specialist to make sure that there was nothing more abnormal that they weren’t seeing. When we saw the specialist they noticed that our little girl’s fingers were not separating and they could not see all the toes on her left foot and no toes on the right. We were told that we just needed to wait until she was born to really determine what was going on as the ultrasounds couldn’t really tell us everything.
Miss Sophia was born on May 24, 2016 at 3:26 am, she was healthy weighing in at 6 pounds 1 ounce. We found out that her one hand had all her fingers webbed together and her right hand has her four fingers webbed together and her thumb was separate though it does have a line on it from where part of the amniotic band was. She has no toes on her right foot and she does on her left but some of them are shorter than the others. She will be having surgery in August to fix the deformities caused by the amniotic band syndrome to her hands which will take two separate surgery’s and a month each after the
She will be having surgery in August to fix the deformities caused by the amniotic band syndrome to her hands which will take two separate surgery’s and a month each after the surgery’s in casts. Her fingers as we are told will be shorter than normal, but she is happy and healthy.