My six year old son has been ill with no diagnosis for months, a four day stay at childrens mercy for fever, nose bleeds, high wbc and red eyes, rash, peeling skin and severe joint pain with no inflammation. they said he didnt meet all the criteria for kawasakis but since he was slowly improving they released him with out diagnosis. he has an duplication of 16 p 11.2 chomosome and has had severe allergies his whole life. a month after his stay he still had joint pain, nose bleeds and bruising easily. his wbc was still up but not as high they said. he vomits once a week for no reason, looks pale with dark circles under his eyes for no reason and still has joint aches and nose bleeds. went to CMH in KC for gasto and he had a colonoscopy and scope and the only thing they found was abnormally large white blood cell appearance. had blood tests done again and they are now saying hes anemic. HELP PLEASE
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