Yes, if they recommend going to the u/s, I will do it. But it just doesn't seem like it will give us any solid answers. . . and they have already ruled out most of the potential issues (CF, infection, chromosomal abnormalities). And I do trust the specialist's opinion more than someone only interpreting a few pictures taken by a tech. The specialist was actually there during the level II ultrasound so that he could look for abnormalities and he was able to show me how there was nothing wrong with the bowel in real time.
But I agree, if they can identify that there is an issue or special needs beforehand, I would rather have that information than not.
Thanks for the replies!