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Alkaline Phosphate levels are high in 15 month old infant
My son is 15 months old and saw a pedi for slow down in weight.  His blood work showed very high levels of alkaline phosphate and he will be re-tested in 2 months.  Can anyone else share their experiences....they have put this down to Transient hyperphosphatasaemia of infancy at this stage.....however, I just feel something else is not right.  He has been stumbling a lot and holding his head to one side in an odd way from time to time.....and his weight gain continues to have ceased.


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Hello. Whatever happened with your son?  Was it transient hyperphosphatasaemia or something else?  I ask because my daughter's blood work just came back with high levels of alkaline phosphate and she has also started holding her head to the left side in a strange way.  She is 14 months old.
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