Last week we went to our first ultrasound to find out that our baby might have clubfoot in one foot but that it was unlikely and to come back this week for another scan. Today we go in for our second ultrasound to find out the bad news, that our baby has clubfoot (Talipes Equinus), where the feet are pointed down like a ballerina dancer, and it is in both feet. We were at the hospital for three hours and were told to sit in another room as the doctor made some calls. We are supposed to see a team of specialists in a few days to talk about some fetal diagnostic testing and what our 'options' are. As sad and horrible it is for any abnormality, we didn't think clubfoot would turn out to be such a big deal but I guess it could be linked to other abnormalities. They might have us do an amnio and to my surprise when I tried to research this today I found out that some early amnio's have actually caused clubfoot. I read the other postings on here about clubfoot and was a bit relieved to hear about some of your stories. I guess my questions to you are; do you have any advice? What can they tell by doing an amnio? Is there anything you recommend or suggest we avoid? What a stressful day to what we hoped would be a day of relief! Thank you for all of your comments and suggestions, I look forward to speaking to others who are going through, or have gone through the same thing. On the positive side we received confirmation that we are having a baby girl and everything else looks healthy.