After really reading the site a bit earlier, I was eager to get home and look at photos to see if I could see any real changes in Teagan's alleged hemangioma. What surprised me was that there was very little change as far as shape and size, but the COLOR changes have been dramatic.
We hadn't really noticed, seeing her every day, but when you look at photos from her date of birth and compare them to photos today, there's an incredible change.
So my question is this. I've read a lot about how hemangiomas go through the proliferation phase, rapidly growing in size, but could it still be a hemangioma if it isn't physically changing, aside from color??
Photos are attached for your thoughts and opinions. The first is Teagan at 4 days old, and the second is today, at 6 weeks old. (I know it looks like there is no birthmark in the first shot, but it is there, it's just very light and pink.)