I just wanted to update everyone on whats going on:
Nolan was born 11/3 and he still had a heart murmur when we left the hospital and at his one week check up. They scheduled an ECHO just to make sure there was not a hole in his heart or any other abnormalities. We now have an appt for 12/4 with a childrens cardiologist. They will tell us the results of the ECHO, evidently it is something more serious than a heart murmur or the regular pediatrician would of read the results to us. So please keep us in your prayers that there is nothing seriously wrong with Nolan!
Baby Nolan is in my prayers. It sound serious because they normally do read off those results right on the spot but also, if it were very serious they would have kept him. So maybe it is just something new that is not that bad. :)
Oh,nolan is in my thoughts((hugs)) my son also had a heart murmer at birth.After many test almost 1 month later,eveything was fine.He's now almost 12 & no heart problems(knock on wood)So think positive.Keep us updated....nanis
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