I was just wondering if the breast antibodies really did help against infection is all.
Poor little Hugo, it has been one thing after the other for that baby. So why the cystic fibro test? I hope he's feeling better soon.
How is your headspace. Are you still feeling depressed? You have been through so much emotional trauma over the year you poor thing. Xxxxx thinking of you!!!
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17-09-2014 07:23 #1181
23-09-2014 13:22 #1182
He's constantly sick can count about a week when he hasn't been sick! But not needing steroids or antibiotics I'm not sure if it's related to the virus he's had.
I'm annoyed with the paed he saw didn't read hi referral at all just said he needs severe physio which I actually disagree with. He is lifting himself like a normal baby, rolling, reaching for things (he's 7 months soon). Hmm I don't know
24-09-2014 08:44 #1183Senior Member
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The need for physiotherapy is to minimise future issues with his cerebal palsy. It is also the primary treatment for cystic fibrosis which you said he was being retested for the other week. I'd be getting him into a physio asap.
24-09-2014 14:35 #1184
24-09-2014 14:49 #1185Senior Member
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I thought Sanjay was the one who said he had CP? :s
Also, I'd try not to worry about CF, it's tested for on the heel prick and it's very unusual for a baby to get to this age without being diagnosed. If he's growing normally the chances are very much that he doesn't have it.
Judging by what you've said he's developmentally ahead (certainly beyond where DD is), and having a virus (especially a cough) hang around for weeks or months isn't unusual at this age. DD has had a cold for 2 months, and I've been told to expect it to hang around until at least the end of the year!
Are you coming back to SA for good, or just to see Sanjay?
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24-09-2014 15:20 #1186
Those our expected outcomes. Cp, learning difficulties etc won't know until talking/walking milestones. But his muscle tone is too good he said. But now this doctor said he's not good I have no idea he seemed hopeless.
24-09-2014 18:04 #1187
Have just read through this. So happy to see such a good outcome and you seem to be such a strong person to have handled all this hardship. I'm in awe.
24-09-2014 18:27 #1188
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24-09-2014 20:27 #1190
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He seems to sit up right (on tummy anyway) but not in his high chair yet! His reflux meds have finally kicked in. We have a brilliant pharmacist here where we are. Who didn't even charge me for meds that didn't work (private scripts). Dd's jealousy has kicked in tenfold let the fun begin. We start swimming after school holidays (Queensland) so hopefully this will help him and he loves water
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