Michael and Lyndsay Roy have two beautiful, healthy baby girls. But Lyndsay did not have a typical pregnancy. Her babies suffered from Twin Twin Transfusion Syndrome, which means the amniotic fluid was not evenly distributed between the babies - causing one baby to have dangerously high levels. They were treated at the Fetal Care Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital and Barnes-Jewish Hospital, where Lyndsay underwent a fluid reduction procedure to equalize the fluid between both babies. The procedure was a success and Baby Tegan and Mia are doing great!
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