I took my 3 month son into his pedi last week because he is not lifting his head during tummy time. He is not even trying. She noticed how floppy he was when you pick him up and seemed very concerned. She did some bloodwork and ordered an MRI, which is tomorrow afternoon. The nurse swabbed him and are waiting on the results for the microarray test. I hate the waiting. I'm so sick about all of it. I am terrified for my son. For those dealing with hypotonia, have they found the cause? What was the diagnosis?
Also, has anyone had the microarray test? I read some reviews that said the results were normal and their child got diagnosed later on.
Re: Anyone dealing with hypotonia?
I don't have any experience with it but I hope you get some good news after the tests results come back.
TTC #1: Since November 2015
Restarted TTC "count" Oct. 2016
due to previous issues.
Please keep me posted and don't panic. If you are seeing improvement it will likely continue, again early intervention. It's things like this that they are there for. I also found it so stress relieving. I did not know the broad range of time for most milestones. He is 13 months old and everyone acts surprised he isn't walking on his own yet. EI said he is doing perfect. They don't worry until 18 months and he is cruising furniture, walking when I hold his hands. You get the picture. He isn't saying words I really understand but is always vocal, unbeknownst to me this is also normal. I don't worry about milestones I would if I didn't have them to reassure me. This Mommy thing is hard, take any help you can get