Q: Can I sue for an undiagnosed tongue and lip tie for 6 months?
My son was born december 23 around 9 pm. As you can imagine everyone on the 24th and 25th of december was scrambling around and very few supervising staff present. My child had reflux for 3 months and very slow weight gain. He was unable to bottle feed when I was at work. We had to use a dropper and drop milk in his mouth. At almost 6 months I really started to research. His weight gain was still low and still was not taking a bottle. I FINALLY found out about lip ties. I made an appointment with a pedi dentist and we took him. He was lip tied but not tongue tied. So we had the surgery for the lip tie done and he has been able to eat at a bottle since and has fed better. He still has low weight gain. Yesterday he was not eating well he is almost 8 months and had a fever off to urgent care we went. When the doc checked his throat he told us he was tongue tied! I do not want anyone else to go through what we went through and are still going through.
A: I'm sorry for the ordeal this has caused you as a concerned parent. You must speak with an Oklahoma attorney, but your question remains open for four weeks. Don't lose more time awaiting a response. Contact attorneys on your own, as most practitioners in the med mal field offer free initial consults. If an attorney is inclined to take the case, they would request the medical records and review them in depth. Good luck
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