Unborn twins with life-threatening illnesses undergo life-saving surgery in their mother’s womb


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Expectant parents Jeremy and Lauren Swanson were devastated when they heard the news of the condition. The Fetal Care Center of the Charlotte Atrium Health Network, where they were treated, describes the syndrome as a fundamental imbalance of blood flow to the placenta. The mother’s placenta promotes blood flow to a fetus, the “recipient,” which in turn produces too much urine, which can cause heart failure. Meanwhile, the second fetus suffers from a deficit in blood flow.

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