Hey, surgery went well, although they had to do more biopsies than expected because they did find "diseased" portions of her duodenum, and some polyp looking thing, so we are awaiting the results of that, we wont get them back until the end of this week or the begining of next week. she has been very sick lately she was in the hospital a lot last week so, i am anxious for some results.
How is your son doing? I hope everything is going well for you guys and the little man is feeling better. :) keep in touch, and when we get results I will let you know. cross your fingers for us, i hope the polyps arent cancerous!!!
Congratulations! Time for a celebration...I definately will keep you posted about the procedure results this comming wed. My daughter has been in the hospital alot lately with extreemly severe flare ups, so I cant wait. YAY on your son finally filling in, i know that must be so exciting to finally see your child "turn the corner". CONGRATULATIONS :D
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