Hello! I am a 31 year old married, mother of four beautiful boys! I am proudly a devoted Christian and thank the good Lord for the many blessings and trials He sends. "We walk by faith, not by sight." 2 Corinthians 5:7
hello i just learnt u have a baby with CH. My daughter is now 6 months old she was born with CH. We started her on eltroxin when she was 13 days old. She is meeting her milestones and we are following her labs monthly. She has anemia so we started her on iron recently. Hows ur lovely doing? Czn u relate to me with ur experience? Thank u dearJust a quick note to say hi!
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi, I am a mom of a 3 week old who was just diagnosed with CH, reading ur posts made me feel like I was not alone, times are reaaly hard , and emotionally i am a wreck, how are you guys doing now, ur son should be 4 ( gauging from ur prev posts) I hope ure all doing well. hope to hear from u soon, SF
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