If you read my profile you will see the story of my son Kaleb. This all happened so quickly and definitely unexpectedly. I know I need to be grateful that he does not have a tumor, but the idea of this foreign object being put into my young sons' brain scares me to no end. Does anyone have any success stories with shunts in children, or any advice for me that could help calm my nerves? Also, I was able to explain an MRI to him and he understood and was amazing the day of, but how do I explain this surgery to him?
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