Ok so earlier today at the special doctor ultrasound I was told my baby has "corrected dextrocardia" and that's all she wrote. I have been on the pc since I got home and I've scanned tons of web sites.
This is wikipedia's info:
...Dextrocardia is believed to occur in approximately 1 in 12,000 [estimated] people, while one of 30 of these will have situs inversus (inverted positioning of the internal organs.) Totalis (where all organs are "mirrored" occurs in approximately 1 in 5,000 of dextrocardia situs inversus...
Truth be told, I'm having a hard time actually finding anything more prevalent than just a definition. I'm very disappointed with the lack of info right now, cursing the internet.