But she's tiny. And so, we are going to be seeing the endocrinology people at Duke to see if they can't figure out why.
She's where the purple dots are on the chart.
Her height and weight match, and that is good. She might have a problem making growth hormone. She might make enough growth hormone, but her body doesn't recognize it. She might just be small for no apparent reason.
I'm not worried. I think she's fine and perfectly wonderful as she is. But if she some day wonders why she's so much smaller than her friends, and if it's something that is treatable, we should now about it. So, we'll see what they say.