His dr ran a blood test, ( I don't remember exactly everything) but 2 (i think there are 4 immune tests) either came back hi or low. Which isn't too alarming, other that he had other symptoms, and his dr had seen it before. The only thing was, I was told it would resolve itself, and it didn't.
I hope you get your answers! And keep fighting for him! My son's immune system was attacking itself, and his intestins, and kidneys. I fought for my own answers. Good luck, and I'll keep you in my prayers!
Hi, I've seen your posts for quite awhile, I watch the same post. I was hoping all would be resolved with Broc. I'm sure you know testing for allergies doesn't work, but food diaries with times/days of symptoms work better. Some symptoms don't appear for even days. What helped me is www.notmilk.com I know it's not for everyone. But I hope you find answers for your son. Hugs....
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