Our journey through infertility, failed adoptions and now parenthood through the miracle of embryo adoption/donation.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

A Good Report!

I posted yesterday that Maddie had an appointment with a neurologist and he was awesome! Just wonderful. He said it is highly unlikely that Maddie has anything wrong. She is on target developmentally and showed no other signs of having a seizure disorder. He thinks that it is just a habit that she has developed and will most likely outgrow it. There is still a small chance that she is having very minor seizures and he ordered an EEG just to be safe, but he is almost certain that it will not reveal anything abnormal. I must say that I am very relieved! I was fairly sure that all was fine, but hearing it from a doctor made me feel so much better. Thank you all so much for your prayers!!

On a side note I was pleasantly surprised that the office was very familiar with embryo adoption. Usually I have to give a detailed explanation but this time I did not. They have actually had a handful of patients that were conceived via EA. While it is sad that they needed to be seen my a neurologist, it was nice to know that EA is gaining recognition.

Again, thank you all for your support!


  1. That's fantastic! And I do like that although he's sure it's nothing he's still having 'just in case' testing. :-) Good news!!

  2. Praise God! I've been thinking and praying about little Maddie today, and I'm so glad to hear it's good news!

  3. Wonderful news! Prayers continued!

  4. What a relief that you have gotten a professional opinion where the doctor thinks your daughter is just fine. It is so hard not to worry some times, so it is great your mind has been put at ease.

  5. I was happy to read this news a few days ago, but I was unable to post a comment on that computer. I wanted you to know that I was rejoicing with you!


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