Between 5% & 10%
So, still long and scrawny! He has fallen off his curve some, but he is still growing which is good! He is still vomiting on occasion, although the medicine has seemed to help some. But, he is still going to have to have an upper GI. We haven't made the appointment yet, but I will keep everyone posted. Dr. Laura said her concern was that their may be a web of tissue creating a partial blockage into the stomach. Ok, well she said something along those lines. The room started spinning and I got some tears in my eyes. She started to sound like the teacher on Charlie Brown. I am going to have to call tomorrow to get some more questions anwered...
And on the delaying vaccinations front... Today, he got two vaccinations, and probably not the ones you would think. He got the rotavirus oral vaccine, and the flu shot. Kind of a risk vs. benefits call. These two very common illnesses can be fatal in young babies. Noah is obviously at risk for both being in daycare (the very best daycare I might add.) We will see how he does with these. Assuming all goes well...In three weeks he is scheduled to get the Prevnar, a few weeks later he will get the Hib and eventually the Pediarix which is many vaccines in one. Everything will have to go pretty perfect for us to sign up for that one. We are taking it one step at a time. Or should I say, one shot at a time...