This was a busy week and we are glad its over!!!
2:00pm physical therapy and Sure Step fitting
10:30am - appointment with pediatrician
12:30pm - special instruction
4:00pm - physical therapy
6:00pm - aqua therapy
3:00pm - feeding team
We also received the results of the renal and bladder ultrasound. CHOP is so 'efficient' that we will receive the test results before the doctors get a chance to review them and call us. So, of course, then in my neurosis, I have to go on a google/wikipedia/medhelp expedition to try to decipher the medical mumbo-jumbo written on the results. I know what you're thinking, "why don't you just call the doctor?" I do that too, but I have to prepare myself and google does a fine job of that thank you very much.
The results showed that Amina has some mild calsification in her kidneys which could be the beginning stages of kidney stones. Apparently this is also common in Williams' Syndrome. No treatment is needed at this time but we have to limit her calcium intake.