Ok my best friend and I both have six year old daughters. For years I have said her child has behavior issues. My daughter is a brat, but her's, Kay, is noticable. My husband had asked me a few times what she has, my reply was what? He had noticed that Kay had marks on her body, he said like big birth-marks and lots of freckles. I, of corse asked if everything was alright. Jen replied yes. She then called a few weeks ago to let me know sh'd be taking Kay for neuro, eye and dermo exam. She said the doc wants her checked out due to her having eye twitches, and minor eye aches. - Now her neuro diagnosed Kay with nf1, her eye exame came out fine, she still has to have a MRI of her head, that's tomorrow. What can doctors really tell at this point? Will they see anything dorment? Could she be already growing tumors and not be in pain? Does the fact that her eye exam was fine mean she's in the clear?, or in the clear for now? Is it possible for the MRI to come out clean and still have nf1? I am sure I have many more questions but I don't know what else to ask.
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