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Old 07-02-2015, 06:10 AM
Dorota Dorota is offline
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Default My husband wants to suspend the therapies

Hello,

My son Sebastian was born in Italy on 14/01/2012 with capillary malformation: the whole arm, hand, part of the chest and back. Until nowadays he underwent 12 operations in Milan thanks to which a clear improvement, in particularly of the upper part, can be seen.
I would like to continue these therapies for my child. My husband is planning to suspend the therapies.

My husband is afraid also that the child has so often anesthesia (12 times from 2012 to 2015 and 2 times for other reasons).

I would like to somehow reassure him and show him that these interventions related to capillary malformation are beneficial for the child. With continuous treatment, the results are better. I kindly ask you to support my case by sending me your opinion and any documentation that can reassure my husband. I would like to convince him of the fact that these therapies are in the best interest of the child and cause no harm him. On the contrary, thanks to these interventions, he could have a better life.

I am grateful for any help and guidance.
I remain available for questions.
I thank you in advance.

Dorota
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Old 07-03-2015, 06:08 AM
missy missy is offline
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Hi and welcome!

http://birthmark.org/node/352. This is what we have right now on that topic.

Good luck!

Missy
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