Quoting Spidermans_Mommy:" My daughter was a preemie who had a hemangioma that was the size ofa silver dollar at its largest, and ... [snip!] ... it really isn't that noticeable unless you are looking for it. It's a very light pink color now, almost skin colored."
Thanks. They found out a few years ago that this medicine for blood pressure works to keep the hemangiomas from getting out of control so this way they don't need to do steroids. I'm not sure if that's an option but I will ask them what the options are. It just bleeds so much and because it's on her butt that means it's in her diaper all day long :/
Thanks for telling me your story. I am happy that this hemangioma isn't in a noticeable place for her, although she does have one next to her eye.
ETA: Ok they all tell me that these hemangiomas can't be felt when they ulcerate. Did your daughter seem to be bothered by it when it ulcerated?????