She said it's time to do a scope.
It'll happen next week. He'll be put to sleep. It'll only take 30 minutes to do the actual scope, but we'll be at the hospital for three hours. It's at 2:30 PM and he can't eat food or milk past midnight. That might not be fun.
She'll be able to tell if he has an infection, damage from reflux, a bowel obstruction or a bowel abnormality, and she'll check his enzymes so we'll know if he's ok to have dairy. I think she said that we'll know more things, too, but I can't remember them all.
Believe it or not, even with Caleb's extreme prematurity, this will be his biggest procedure so far. If I wasn't so excited to find out what's wrong (or at least know that a lot of things aren't wrong), I'd be scared.