i just finally ended my life w/ apnea/brady spells; so yes, there is an end in sight!
My son was born at 30 weeks, his main problem the whole time were the A&B's. As soon as he outgrew having them for no reason, he started to have B's during his feeds, and when he tried to burp. He wasn't allowed to go home until that stopped. The day he was supposed to be released, he dropped down to 40, and had to be stimulated...I told the nurses that he never had a problem w/ me, so i stayed w/ him for 24 hours to prove that he could eat w/ me w/o dropping his heart. I knew his signs, and watched for them. Finally after 3 additional days, and 8 long weeks in the NICU he came home...and thankfully hasn't had ANY episodes while at home. It is true that they grow out of it...and that boys take longer.