Hi, I'm simply looking for hope ... My son was diagnosed with BA at 51 days and got kasai at 53. Then he had another surgery a week later for an intestinal occlusion. We are now almost 5 weeks post 2nd surgery. He is clinically doing great. He is gaining weight and following his curve only on breastfeeding and vitamins of course. He is a smiley little boy. Conjugated bilirubin is going down (now 25, it was 87 after surgery) and liver enzymes are going back to normal. But I'm still worried about stools that are sometimes pales, sometimes normals (never white, but they were not before surgery). His eyes' corners still yellow but jaundice is fading. So, we are going the right way but I was looking for positive outcome stories; I mean by that experiences which show that a successful kasai can take time (stool not right away bright or dark and blood test and jaundice that are slowly going back to normal). Thanks for sharing and sorry for my english, it is not my mother tongue.