Doctors print 3-D ultrasound so blind mother can see her baby


Thanks to 3-D printing technology, 30-year-old pregnant Tatiana Guerra was able to experience her unborn child during the 20th week of pregnancy. First, the doctor described what he saw. Then she could touch her son's expression and melted with bitter-sweet joy.

Emotional video moment

As a blind man, Guerra often used fingers to manipulate certain objects, including the faces of other people and the table, while eating. She could feel that too 3D printed Sculpture of her unborn baby, the moment was captured on video.


It's hard to imagine that she did not think about what it would really be like to hold her in her arms someday.

Part of a series

The touching moment was recorded and shown as an advertisement for the diaper brand Huggies. It's part of a series of videos that focus on the hopes of blind mothers for their unborn children.

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In the video with Guerra, she talks about how she wanted her to feel and what he wanted, that he experienced it for herself. She hinted that she hoped he would feel the sea breeze on his face and sand between his toes.

Not some ultrasound

The ultrasound shown in the video was not the standard image used in most pregnancies. It was a purpose-built, high-quality 3D image that revealed far more detail. If needed, physicians can help them optimally examine an unborn baby for medical information risks,

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The doctors and the FDA agree that the machine is generally safe, but they are warned against overuse. Although it may be tempting, they warn against it 3D Ultrasound only to be able to see a baby earlier and clearer before birth.

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