About Me: Male, 35, Tonawanda, NY, member since Mar 2012
I was born in Buffalo,NY @ the Children's Hospital of Buffalo. They became my second family. I have multiple physical and cognitive disabilities and I live to enrich the lives of other disabled individuals, as well as their family, friends, and loved ones. I have extens
[More]ive knowledge of the medical and legal aspects of disabilities as well as the included emotional aspects. I'm available to help anyone, anytime. I don't judge, have an agenda or act "to professional" unless there is a call for it.
"You should consult with your pediatrician and see if a referral to a gastroenterologist (dr. who deals w/ the digestive system) is in order. As always, if she's having emergent severe symptoms, contact the on-call pediatrician or proceed..."
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