The appointment today went relatively well, I would say. Russ says he's not sure he knows more now than before the appointment, but I figure we do know more and actually have a name for it.
First and ultrasound tech spent some time and did a thorough ultrasound and said that from what she could see, it was the same problem as was in the report from my doctor. Which made me chuckle since I could not remember everything that was described to me. Russ basically asked her to tell us what that said and so she did. She gave us a dvd copy of the ultrasound.
Then a doctor came in and did some more with the ultrasound machine and explained a few things. Gave me the number to Cardiology at Primary's and said to call them and schedule a fetal echocardiogram. Which I have called but left a message. The message thing said they should call back within two hours.
Anyway, the doctor said that the baby has tetralogy, which essentially means there are 4 problems. One being vsd, which is a hole between the left and right ventricle, which sometimes corrects itself and often needs no correcting at all. The info I read on Wikipedia says that with treatment, a person with tetralogy often leads a normal life with generally good cardiac function. So there you have it. I'm sure we will know more as we go along, but that's about what I know for now.