Stella Pirko and Anthony Meyers, from Australia, were excited expectant parents. But they were devastated to learn from scans that their baby had an enlarged bladder.
By 28 weeks gestation, Krystal’s bladder had grown to over 10 centimeters and was compromising her other organs, including her kidneys.
“He (the doctor) turned around and said I recommend terminating, there’s this issue with the bladder and 100 percent of my patient’s terminate,” Pirko said.
“I couldn’t think, it didn’t make sense. Why wouldn’t you try to fix it and help?”
Doctor told the couple they needed to terminate