My son Jack was born at 29 weeks. He is now 3 months old and doing great. He flew through the NICU and had no problems whatsoever. He is now almost 9lbs!! How exciting for us it is. He since day one has been breathing on his own. He had tests in the NICU for bleeding in the brain and also an MRI to check for brain damage. He passed both with flying colors. My question is today we visited a Developmental Specialist and he tapped the bottom of his feet and as he did this you could see that he feet from his ankles vibrated. The Dr. said that this is something he sees in Newborns but with him being premature he has to catagorize it as possibly being early signs of CP. I cannot remember the word for the "vibration movements of the ankles" He also said one of his hips were a little tight. If anyone can give me some insight on this I would appreciate it.
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