Just a quick note to say hi! i have a qustion about ip my dughters has it no one in my family dose she is mixed her father is black and she is still in stage 2 at the age of 4 and i just found out that i prgnant again not planned is there any thing i should tell mu doctor or what is the chance of this baby having it my daughter is haveing a very hard time like i said she is still in stage 2 please help if u can sorry for so many qustion
Just a quick note to say hi! I would like to become a member of the foundation and speak to other parents who are going thru the same things as myself and also speak to other people with IP and see what they have gone thru and what i should be on the look out for. my daughter is 6 1/2 months and looks absolutely great. and developmentally is also right on track but the doctors said i should still monitor her closely. why?
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