Now there was also confusion with the x-ray technician.. apparently the last time we were there, the technician labeled the sides wrong. Therefore it was confusing to the technician on Wednesday- so when Dr. R got that all figured out he came back to us and said I really don't think she's reherniated. He proceeded to show us the x-ray- and where the gortex patch was - it was high- and not at the same level as the diaphragm - the real diaphragm can move normally, but the patch does not ... does not function like that. Dr. R said that her patch appears to be thin and she so small that it's hard to see much and it will be easier to tell when she is older - so he thinks in 6 months he will be able to see better.
So pretty much we were told to watch her- and they would check up again in 6 months. It's still a little scary to think about her reherniating but for now all we know is she is doing well. However, since he didn't want to do another x-ray that same day, or even in 3 months makes me feel a little at ease seeing how if he thought even a little bit that she had reherniated that he would have done the x-ray sooner than 6 months.
On a happier note- here are some cute pics of K at the playground.. she LOVES the swing!! :)