When I was pregnant with my 3 year old son I had a very complicated pregnancy. It started out with a blood clot, then placental previa to placental abruption, During my third trimester as the previa and abruptio resolved I had debris in my amniotic fluid, LARGE amounts of amniotic fluids (but I did not have maternal diabetes), preterm contractions. My little boy was born on time with no other complications.
The day he was born I noticed he slept a lot, even for a newborn. The pediatrician came in and said he has a facial palsy (his lip looks like it droops on one side). The pediatrician said he would grow out of it.
When he turned 2 years old we noticed that he foot is turned outward when he runs or walks really fast. Again I was told by the doctor that he would grow out of it.
He is 3, he still has the palsy, the foot turned outward, and severe behavioral problems. He was also just diagnosed with Meatus Stenosis. He complains that his teeth hurt (The teeth that are already in).
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