Zoe Grace: EEG Results

I received a call from Dr. Huffman (Neurologist) on Friday night, giving us the results from the EEG that was done last Monday.  She said there was good news and not so good news.  The good news is that the EEG showed no further seizure activity (phew!) and the not so good news is that the left side of her brain is slower than the right side.  She explained that this was to be expected as a result from her stroke, but only time will tell the long-term effects.  She will be talking to our cardiologist to coordinate an MRI to be done before she goes in for the Glenn surgery, so both procedures can share sedation.

Our latest tender mercy... having absolutely NO appointments for the next two weeks.  Until the 20th, we are footloose and fancy free!

1 comment:

alisafye said...

Hi Kacie,
My name is Alisa Fye, and my sister Rachel Tanner showed me you blog. My son, now 15, has hypoplastic right, atrial defect, transposition of the great vessels, and a coarctation of the aorta. Reading your blog totally takes me back! I love you and I love Zoe. I would love to talk if you want to. Dr. King was our doctor, and I LOVE THAT MAN!!! My email is alisafye@hotmail.com.
I'm thinking about you--contact me if you want to talk.
Much love to you and your family.