Thanks everyone for your support. I obviously missed something while I was gone, but oh well. We did the CT yesterday with no sedation. I fed her throughout the night, and when we got there, I got a little grief from the sedation team. In the end, I was able to argue them into doing the CT without sedating her. After my appointment with the neuro, I am pleased to report that the skull fracture is completely healed and there is no furthur bleeding. Yay!
That being said, most of you know that I have an open CPS case. I am in no position to opt-out of the medical treatment for my daughter. I am against sedating infants for the convience of doctors, but I do feel that the CT was useful in determining that she is completely okay. Or, you know, I guess I could have put a helment on her for the next three months, that was the other option. I too, would be interested in seeing evidence that a CT can directly result in a 1/100 chance of dying from cancer. I wonder if any of those test subjects ever microwaved their food in plastic, ate food covered in pesticides, used unatural body care products, or did the 7 million other things we now know to cause cancer. If they didnt, what box did they live in?