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Health & Fit Danielle Fishel says son Adler is 'still dealing with health issues'

19:00  07 october  2019
19:00  07 october  2019 Source:   today.com

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Danielle Fishel says her baby boy is one happy child but is still dealing with some medical woes following his premature birth. In June, the 38-year-old Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World actress and husband Jensen Karp welcomed son Adler Lawrence Karp, their first child, five months before

Danielle Fishel says her baby boy is one happy child but is still dealing with some medical woes following his premature birth. In June, the 38-year-old Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World actress and husband Jensen Karp welcomed son Adler Lawrence Karp, their first child, five months before

Danielle Fishel says her baby boy continues to have medical issues.

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The former "Boy Meets World" star, 38, gave birth to son Adlerfour weeks early back in June and he remained in the NICU for three weeks. He was born with a condition called chylothorax, in which lymphatic fluids seep between the lungs and the wall of the chest, according to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia website.

"We're still dealing with health issues with him," Fishel told E! News on Saturday. "We are still in and out of the hospital. We're still getting new test results all the time. It's still so hit and miss."

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" We ' re still dealing with health issues with him," Fishel said . "We are still in and out of the hospital. We ' re still getting new test results all the time. However, there is good news as well: Adler is meeting his growth and development milestones, and he is one happy child. "He's very strong!" she

" We ' re still dealing with health issues with him," Fishel said . "We are still in and out of the hospital. We ' re still getting new test results all the time. However, there is good news as well: Adler is meeting his growth and development milestones, and he is one happy child. "He's very strong!" she

"Unfortunately, my breast milk was creating fluid in his lungs, and we had to take him off of breast milk and put him on a specially formulated formula that doesn't use the lymphatic system," she told People last month.

Even if there is more ahead of him, Fishel is pleased that Adler is all smiles.

"He's doing well, he's home and he's happy, but there are still some health issues," she told E! News.

While Fishel and husband Jensen Karp work to address Adler's health problems, the actress says their little bundle of joy is still reaching some key benchmarks.

"He's very strong!" she said. "He lifts his head up! He rolled over from front-to-back at five weeks, which was very soon. I'm not trying to speed up the back-to-front rolling over because then I have to stop swaddling him, and he sleeps so well when he's swaddled. So I'm not encouraging the speediness of this! But he's the best, and he's smiley and he's happy and he's giggling."

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