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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Hi all, I had to get a bone age x-ray today for my girl. Has anyone been through the process?

    Just wondering what happens after the results are in?
    If the age of the bones don’t match with the age etc.

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    Did you get the results yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Did you get the results yet?
    Hello, thanks for checking in, they have not called me. It’s been a week today.

    Surely they have the results.

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    I'd give them a call tomorrow. It's pretty easy for them to see what they are looking for with this test.

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    Results are in...

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    The dr that is meant to
    Ring me is on leave until the end of the month, so another dr rang me (I rang to get results, but they were busy so they rang he back)
    Bone age is 2.5-3yr old. But she assured me that she will be like an average height. Taller than me. (I’m only 5 foot) so her bone age is behind and slow, but she will grow and catch up.

    Does that make sense?

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    That's great news. They would have been looking for advanced bone age, indicating issues, bones fusing etc.

    So all is well then? No other concerns other than slow growth and general fussiness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    That's great news. They would have been looking for advanced bone age, indicating issues, bones fusing etc.

    So all is well then? No other concerns other than slow growth and general fussiness?
    I think it’s good news too. The dr told me not to worry about anything.

    Her eating has improved a lot. Thank
    Goodness.

    I’ll wait until the end of the month and see what the other dr says. But given that her bone age is 2.5-3 yrs old. It’s ok.

    I haven’t read up about it as I didn’t want to stress myself out.

    Thank you for checking in every time. Appreciate it.


 

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