My daughter, Laila was born at 28 weeks!! I was told by her doctor today that she had
an ultra sound done on her head and she was a grade 3. I am not sure exactly what that
means. Can someone explain to me what is a grade 3, what causes the extra blood in the
brain, and how will effect her when she gets older?
no one knows till she older if it will affect her my baby had a grade 3 bleed as well she 5 months old now and doing well and i wont know yet till she older if it will affect i just have to hope for the best
well a grade 4 is the highest..my daughter and son were born at 29 weeks and my daughter has a grade 4....but she is doing good....hers is starting to slowly go away...like rachkeane said you wont know till they get older if it has any affect on them.....and i agree just hope for the best
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