Doc Says No Blood Test.
Posted 18 March 2004 - 06:59 AM
The doc also suggested immodium my husband is more willing to try this than me I think it will help temporarily but when we go off it it will be the same.
I might try it just to prove that.
Then the doc suggested that some people are successful in using acidopholis.. I can do that easily, and that some are su*ccessful with diatary manipulation.. hm
he is not sensitive to gluten but yet dietary adjustments might help??? HELLO
oh well I have another doc reccomendation and the enterolab tests yet to do.. I will watch him for a few weeks see if his weight stays steady.
He woke us up with a bang this morning! Throwing up all over us!!! fun fun!
Thanks for listening!
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Posted 18 March 2004 - 07:09 AM
Posted 18 March 2004 - 05:13 PM
Don't let ANY doctor tell you weight loss isn't a problem. My son just got out of 6 weeks of hospitalization -- they knew he was celiac, but kept saying "let's give it a little more time...." Turns out he has an egg allergy, celiac, and probably a rare disorder called autoimmune enteropathy. At 10 years, he was in the negative 7 percentile and still losing weight. Only strong anti-rejection medicine saved his life. You need a peds GI doctor, and most every large hospital has a few. Good luck. Perservere, and trust your instincts....
Success is never final and failure never fatal. It's courage that counts -George Tilton
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