About Me: Female, 51, Prairie du Chien, WI, member since Jun 2010
I am a stay at home mother of 4, ages 18, 17, 16 & 10. I was a traditional surrogate for my sister, he is now 11. My yongest child has an undiagnosed genetis disorder and he keeps me a little xtra busy. I am a published poet and writing is my solace.
"He does have O- blood. (didn't know that 'till he needed it) he's recovering well now..just tired from the anemia. His ENT said, what he had to recauterize was small, then they pumped all the blood out of his stomach so he wouldn't get s..."
Just a quick note to say hi! My son was diagnosed with autism, BUT they think that he might have a rare syndrome that there are only 50 known cases of ever. There are so many unanswered questions! Do they 'think' they know what your son has?
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