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Old 07-15-2010, 03:50 PM
momof3inpa2009 momof3inpa2009 is offline
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I was worried, too about insurance but so far we haven't had ANY problems with propanolol being covered. Also; all the pediatrician visits have been covered a long with the dermi appointments. Good luck to you!
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Deep hemangioma on left eyebrow towards nose
Started propanolol Feb. 11th, 2010
Off of propanolol aprox. June 2011
Takes 3 doses per day at 1.3ml
2nd Weaning of prop. not a success back on it March 22. Only one dose of 1.3ml now Baby girl is 19 months old Did Timolol gel for awhile, stopped, & back on - 4 years old. Off of Timolol -doesn't seem to be doing anything. At this point we have surgery scheduled for April
http://lexihemangiomapropanolol.blog...roduction.html
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