Thursday, May 15, 2008

ROP treated

Coy's ROP did return. His eyes were treated by Dr. Hittner. We are so grateful to have such an amazing doctor. If treated correctly, ROP will not affect his central vision, only shorten his peripheral vision.

Please pray with us for God to completely heal Coy's eyes of any disease and keep them infection free! We go back next Thursday for another check up.

12 comments:

Muggle Mom said...

what a blessing modern medicine is! coy is proof of that! i am so grateful that you have access to such an amazing doctor. prayers for his eyes!

nicole

Anonymous said...

I am praying for your sweet baby's eyes. God bless him! I love the pictures you have posted recently. He looks great!

Robyn said...

Lots of prayer here! I'm amazed at what the doctor is able to do!

Anonymous said...

Continue praying for your little treasure
Love,
Krystina

The Silva's said...

We are praying daily for that little man!!! I am so glad they were able to give him the treatment instead of having another surgery!!
Lots of love,
Megan

Esperanza said...

I hope he gets well Ann Marie...
I am dying for finally meet him... he looks so huge and big and beautiful...
you have such a beautiful and strong baby...
We sent our love
The Penaloza's

Ashley said...

We are definitely praying over those sweet little eyes!

Creative Escape said...

So sorry to hear the the ROP has returned; but so grateful that Coy is already being treated. I am expecting only the best turnout. May the Lord continue to hold Coy in the palm of his hands as he is healed from this condition.

Hugs,

Jen

Megan said...

I will pray for Coy's eyes, for them to be infection and disease free. I am thankful that Dr. Hittner is such a wonderful doctor. God Bless your family. Coy is always in our thoughts and prayers.
Love,
Megan

amy <> said...

Praying for complete healing! God is FAITHFUL! I love his sweet picture in your header-- how precious!

Rhondi said...

I have never met you, but I love keeping up with your family. May complete healing come to your sweet son's eyes.
Rhondi

Anonymous said...

Your photographer's site led me to your baby's blog. You see, I have 24 weeker nephew that was born May 6; he is such a fighter, very similar to Coy. I have a miracle baby too; he is an ECMO baby---he is now 18 months old! Your words are so encouraging and bring back memories of the NICU and those early days of being at home. We will certainly pray for Coy and his battles. Coy is PRECIOUS!! God is good!
Sylvia