Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Great News!







I just spoke with Gavin's ENT doctor. He said that the biopsy came back and it's not a tumor or cancerous! The lab called it "ulcerous inflammation." I am very relieved about this! The doctor sounded quite relieved as well. Gavin will still need surgery to remove it. This will probably take place the beginning of January and will most likely only require a one night stay in the hospital. The only concern that the doctor had was, "How do we keep this from growing again?", since Gavin is obviously doing it to himself by somehow rubbing his teeth on the under side of his tongue. He suggested seeing our dentist and having a bite made for Gavin. I actually laughed when he said this! Gavin doesn't even like tasty food in his mouth! Do you think that he will tolerate a mouth piece?! I guess we'll take it one step at a time.

Thank You for your prayers!

"My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. But let patience have it's perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing." James 1:2-4

11 comments:

Kimberly Hass said...

Alicia,

What wonderful news! Made my day!

Love to you all,
Kimberly

Jessica mommy to Alex/ RTS said...

so its like the granulation tissue that Alex gets at his button site??? Wonderful news.
There is a cream that keeps it less inflamed for his button, but Im sure it says do not ingest. Hmmmm?

Anonymous said...

What great news!!! Thanks for keeping us informed. We will keep you in our prayers as the surgery nears and as you figure out how to prevent it from coming back. Love The Hilton's

Annette Gysen said...

Thank you, God! I know I can't even come close to what you all have been feeling, but I've been so worried for you all (not good or right to worry--I know). This is a great Christmas gift from God! This is awesome news!

shan said...

Thank goodness! What a relief! I have been wondering how it would turn out. Ugh, a bite. That's a whole different kettle of fish isn't it? Marie grinds her teeth really badly and it's been suggested that we should get a bite made to help with that. I don't see it helping (she has a horrible overbite too). We'll pray for an uneventful surgery! Love the photos:) I just want to pinch his little cheeks:) I did take a nap today too... hopefully tonight I can get some sleep and get all caught up!

CK said...

That is fabulous news! Merry Christmas!!
catherine

Inspired said...

Woo hoo - great news!!

Love,
Julie

ruehshouse said...

That is wonderful news. I have been checking your website everyday to see if there was anything posted. God answers are prayers and this is proof. Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas.

Love you all lots--
April

Cindy said...

That is great news!

Princess Abigail said...

Gavin you are such a hero!
I would love to hold you in my arms and hug you tight, just to express how pleased I am about the results.
You are so gorgeous!
WE love you so much Big boy!
All our love
Alison and Abigail
in France

Penny said...

Although I don't know you personally you and Gavin are an inspiration to me. You certainly have an over-flowing cup in your sweet little boy!
I am praying for peace and an easy time during the procedure.

Your in our prayers..........