This is a condition that can sometimes be treated with fetal surgery. Spina bifida and some urinary-tract defects can also be treated that way. In short, the baby is part way delivered by a uterine incision, but left attached to the cord, and they operate on the baby. The mother has to stay in bed for the rest of the pregnancy, and the baby delivered by Cesarean section, but over the past 30 or 40 years, this procedure has led to many children with an improved quality of life.Me neither, especially considering how easily hyrdocephalus and its severity can be detected by looking at lateral ventricle size. It would have been possible as early as 15 weeks to know that your baby has no brain and their skull is filling with an increasing volume of spinal fluid.
Once in a while, the baby delivers itself, and if it starts breathing, they have to cut the cord and often let nature take its course. This is a risk parents know going into it.
I wonder if those 32 minutes, if that really happened, was done with induced hypothermia (lowering the body temperatures) and/or putting her on a heart/lung machine.She's exaggerating. There's been cases where people were drowning in absolutely frigid water and thus came out of 10 ish minutes without oxygen without brain damage. Kids in the same circumstance likely gain a few more minutes due to size and resilience.
32 minutes is absolutely fucking impossible.
As for her son being healed of brain cancer, I definitely call BS on that one. He never had it in the first place.