Friday, July 9, 2010

Official DX = Benign Transient Hyperphosphatasemia

Nate's alkaline phosphatase results came back much lower today and all of the other results were completely normal. It looks like we have a case of Benign Transient Hyperphosphatasemia which really means that his alkaline phosphatase was elevated for no good reason but should go down and cause absolutely no problem whatsoever.

That's all I've got for now.

Thank you as always for all of the comments, prayers and support . . . it really takes a village!


Lora said...


Joanne said...

how crazy... glad to hear it won't cause any further problems.

Heidi =) said...

Glad to hear it is nothing serious! Thanks for keeping us updated.

Kris said...

I'm so glad to hear it's nothing serious! You totally needed this good news!

Phew, what a relief! So happy for you!

Sarah said...

Hi there. Not sure if I've randomly popped on here before, but I wanted you to know that we've got a little guy with t1d too and have had much of the same frustrations that you've gone through. I wanted to tell you though that it's going to be okay. I say that only because I think that we've got one advantage - my husband. He was dx with t1d at 11 yrs old. He's "normal" (wink, wink), went to a great private school, has a degree a great job and for the most part nobody would know he had t1d. he doesn't hide it, but it's not something that people notice about him first. KWIM?
Anyhow, I really wanted to thank you (warning this will sound odd) for posting pics of your son with his omnipod and dexcom. Isaac is pumping and we've tried out the CGM. I was shocked at the lack of realestate for sites and thankful when I saw that our little guys bum had a matching one in TX! I know sounds weird, but I cried the first time Isaac had a pump site on him. I cried again when he had the CGM and site. Seeing another child allowed me to know that someday Isaac will also see other kids with t1d and not feel alone.
thanks for letting me share and thanks for sharing with me.

Jen said...

So glad to hear it is nothing for you to worry about!

Meri said...

I am so happy!!! Maybe some nights of actual sleep may be on their way! Dexcom and a good blood results! Hugs and love to you my friend!

phonelady said...

yeah excellent . I love it and hope it all continues to go well .

Tracy1918 said...

Yea! Woo Hoo! Awesome!

I'm so happy for you!

Jessica said...

How did I miss this!!!! Oh YEAH! :)

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