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Posted by Pattijean on September 28, 2000 at 07:22:10:

In Reply to: Re: diaphram paralysis(phrenic nerve damage) posted by Lesa on September 27, 2000 at 18:35:27:

: Hello Patti, Timmy also had the RSV shots in his first year of life, I guess it helped, he did not get sick...Enjoy your baby!! Timmys arm is fine, he is improving every day Yah!!!!Danny is his brother, he is 41/2 and just started preschool. We are nervous now with Dan bringing home germs.They get everything in preschool.We will be careful and get the flu shot(if it ever gets here) Hope this will help him get thru another winter without major illness.Then we have to decide on the diaphram surgery for the spring. Talk to you soon!!! lesa Hi Again Lesa, I just have one question. Did Timmy when he came home from intensive care seem alittle behind. Our baby doesn't seem to be as alert as a 3wk. old baby should be and I'm just wondering if maybe all this sets them alittle behind. We did get good news on her arm they said will alittle exercise it will be ok. God Bless your family. Patti P.S. JUST WASH HANDS AND WASH MORE HANDS (KEEPS GERMS AWAY) AND HAVE LOTS OF HAND LOTION WE ARE SO CHAPPED. HA HA


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