May 28, 2009
Well the doctor called with the results from Aries tests. I knew there would be nothing with the rash on his arms. I already knew it was an allergic reaction from laying in the grass. He's had eczema since he was a baby. Anything he touches, he gets a rash from. The dry scalp is something different. He's had a dry scalp and dandruf for a long time. Then he started with this patch that won't grow, actually now it's two patches that won't grow. Doctor thought it was ringworm but the cultures show no fungal growth. Meaning it's not ringworm. He has to stay on the antibiotic just incase they start to see something grow but so far it's not ringworm. That's good cause ringworm is gross but now he has to see a dermatologist. Aaaaauuuugggghhhh! He has so much stuff going on. He has really bad allergies, they've gotten so bad this year that I have to keep him inside for a week for his rash and red eyes to go away. He has problems with his teeth and is getting his second surgery on the second, he has respiratory problems. When he gets a cold it turns into something bad, he gets respiratory infections so easily and has to be on a breathing machine. It's called a nebulizer. I put albuteral in it for him to breath, he has his eczema problem and I always have to rub cream into some new rash he has, and now he has to see a dermatologist because his head is so dry and he's going bald. My poor baby. I hope he can get through all of this. We do real good at keeping everything under control and no one would ever know he has these problems if I didn't tell anyone. Except the bald spots on his head, you can see those if his hair is short enough, but it just ***** he has to deal with this. I hope it all goes away some day so he doesn't have to deal with it his whole life.