When my son William was 6 months old he was diagnosed with dysphagia. In August of this year, Dr. Albert put tubes in his ears and removed his adenoids. Dr. Albert was hoping that removing the adenoids would help with the dysphagia.
Looking back, Katina and Dionisios Stamos, of Poland, Ohio, worried almost from the start about their daughter’s feeding. Maria wouldn’t take the bottle and, when she did, made sounds like she was choking.
Apparently, for me, it can take a while. Thankfully, the team at Akron Children’s are PROS. This ain’t their first trip to the rodeo – and, unfortunately, they have to deliver far heavier diagnoses than we have been given, so they know how to do it. For example, when your Help Me Grow social worker […]