I have already posted about a million threads for just about every worry imaginable and I have only been a member for one day! Can you tell I am a worry wort? Here's the deal... my twins were dx with TTTS at 18 weeks. I had surgery and their fluid levels have evened out beautifully. They are both very big for their "age" and the Dr's state that if they had not known our history, they would not suspect our boys had TTTS. However, Baby A was dx last week with Pulmonary Valve Stenosis due to the increased fluids and we are seeing a neonatal cardiologist monthly to monitor its progress. The Dr says he feels confident about his outcome and we shouldn't worry My concern is this... my boys have ALWAYS had low heart rates. The highest either one of gets is 122, the lowest is 112. The MFM specialist and Neonatal cardiologist (along with every sonographer I meet on a weekly basis) says they are just chilled out kids and I don't need to worry. But those are some REALLY low heart rates. All dopplers look good each week, both babies move often, and they are growing at a fantastic rate (24 wks A was at 1 lbs 13 oz and B was at 1 lbs 11 oz). I have seen more specialists than I knew exsisted for these two babies and they are all so confident. So why can't I just relax and go with it? Would you freak out if your babies heart rates were this low? Has anyone had a baby with a low heart rate? Can a baby with a low heart rate survive delivery? HELP ME PLEASE!!! My Dr's probably think I am crazy!