Yup, we have reverted. At today's visit Oliver's numbers weren't so great. Instead of dropping Oliver's final med, our doctor decided to increase the dose. Instead of waiting six months, we will be going back again in three. Instead of an echocardiogram, at his his next visit Oliver will have an MRI to get a more detailed look at what is going on inside of his chest.
From the echo today, it looks like Oliver's conduit will need replacing sooner rather than later. His truncal (aortic) valve still looks serviceable, but his conduit is narrowing both above and below the pulmonary valve and his left pulmonary artery looks small.
I knew there was something wrong when Oliver's echo lasted an hour.
On the upside, he isn't blue, doesn't struggle to breath and doesn't lack energy...yet.