My youngest has a history of fevers since he was 3 months old off andon each time running the tests (urine, x rays etc) he had this untilhe was 2 yrs old,. fonally HCp saw he had beeno antioobotice for over 4 months straight he was sent to a Oncologist and had test ran allnegative. He is now 10 just a few months ago he was again running a fever tested and given antibotice for strep and though to have scarlet fever. Test were negative andhe ran fevers for the next 4-5 days after several visitt ot eh ER and clinic he was admitted though to have Kawasiki's disease to receive treatment. He had all the symptoms but I wa stold he was not sick enough to hav ethe condition and no treatmetn was given. We were sent home the follow evening and several days l;ater his feet and hands began to peel. another Kawaski sign. and he had chest pains. He was sent immediately to received a Echo gram which was negative and to an allergy specialist. His IGE is 3534 he has had a stool sample and it was negative and a skin test which showed allergies to almost everything. What should we do He is to be scheduled for another blood test next month and if high will be sent to Hemptologist his blood count is 3300.
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