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Posted by Julie on October 20, 2000 at 02:53:05:

In Reply to: Misdiagnoised Shaking Baby Syndrom posted by Adriane on October 18, 2000 at 19:31:50:


: My, now 5 month old son, was taking from me a month ago and the doctors say he has SBS. I don't know what happened to him, he was at the sitters while I was at work. I had him to the Dr. twice and an eye doctor once, for a droopy eye lid., during the time they said the shaking happened. They found 2 bleeds, one old 7 to 10 days and one new. I was horrified. My son had a jitter @ birth and also low blood sugar. They told me they ruled out seizures because when you touched him the jitter stopped. Could something had been wrong @ birth. I don't want to believe some shook him. I know I didn't, he's my life. Cam someone help me get my son back ASAP?

Hi, Are you absolutely certain your baby hasn't been shaken by the sitter or anyone else?
This is so sad to read that he has been taken away from you if he hasn't been shaken at all.
They are doing what they think is right for the care of your son by taking him away for protection, it must be so very hard for you without him though.
sorry this is not much help, just want you know that I felt for you when reading your post.
best wishes that everything turns out fine for you and your son, and that he is well.


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