Avery was resecutated at birth. She scored a 0 and then a 4. I'm not sure what times were associated with those scores. Avery has sensory processing disorder, but she also had a heart defect that I suppose could have contributed. With a pretty premature birth, like our girls had, it's probably pretty common to have the low apgars. Them not telling you would probably not mean anything. We weren't told either, it was in our records. Your new doc was probably just asking for knowledge sake. I found all kinds of stuff - most of us do. ANd then when I had a consult about what happened with an MFM, I found out even more, like the placental abruption.
In emergency situations like ours, they can only respond to what is going on and do their best with what we present to them. Craziness!