My poor sister is really not finding her pregnancy easy at all. She's still vomiting daily, not as bad as the first 15 weeks but still after most meals. She went for her 20 week scan (she's due Sept 4th) this morning and found out she's on team blue, which she wasn't expecting, but we're all excited and she has decided to call him Max (this may change) but they also told her that the baby has echogenic bowel. She and her partner had blood tests to see if they're CF carriers and will get the results on the 26th, and she was told that she's at higher risk to have a Downs child or one with CF and they would know more by her next appointment. I've googled for a while (I know, not a good idea) but most sites say that this finding is quite normal and most babies are fine but my sister said her doctors weren't overly reassuring and she's now set herself up for some bad news on the 26th. Is it quite common? Does anyone have any experience with this? She's going to call me tomorrow for a chat, I'd love to be able to reassure her. I've attached her current scan, you can't see much on it but that's our little Max!