Well, we have done it again. We have fallen into that "it rarely happens" or "only about 1%" catagory again. I talked to the nurse at the hospital today and Robert has a tethered spinal cord along with something else that I can't for the life of me remember. They are transferring us to neurosurgery to see where we go from here. Probably more tests and surgery. We must be some kind-of statistical anamoly. Next time someone tell us "99% of the time it's fine" I will just laugh and tell them they can skip the tests.