Category Archives: dr’s appointments

We went in today for my amnio and were met by the genetic counselor to go over what exactly we could expect and so forth. We found ourselves engrossed in another discussion about hospice care or aggressive treatment and really it felt like we had been there a hundred times before. We believe God has […]

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God is good! One of the benefits of trials is that you get the Joy of seeing God more clearly than you may have before. This is true of us today. We have just come home from a blessed week of vacation and it was a great time for us both to relax, love each […]

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We were at UNC for over four hours today and my belly has had it’s fill of being rubbed and that gooky ultrasound gel. :o) I wish I had a bunch of new and updated information on the baby to tell you but really at each appointment they would scan and then say “it could […]

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Tomorrow we have several appointments at UNC so I wanted to just let you know what we’re doing tomorrow and what to pray towards. We have an ultrasound at 10:00 * pray that we’d be able to see growth and even better images of what he or she may be dealing with as far as […]

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we had an OB appointment today and though we had to wait an hour and a half it went well. Everything looks normal as much as normal everything can be. heartbeat is good, glucose test went great, proteins in check, baby is moving lots. (still breech but I think he/she is most comfortable that way!) […]

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Today we went to UNC and received great care. We met with Dr. Bogess (she was great). We did receive an answer to prayer, being that they were very willing to respect our wishes as far as the vast majority of this goes. We were thankful to hear her recommend a C-Section as the type […]

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We wanted to have everyone pray as we go to the actual Maternal and Infant Health Clinic at UNC tomorrow. We are going to be meeting with a MFM (Maternal Fetal Medicine) Specialist, as well as tour the NICU and visit with another Pediatric surgeon. We are apprehensive about this because, as Dan mentioned, it […]

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