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Child has dizziness, headaches, concentration deviated, allergy, alkaline phosphate test done. What to do?

My 11 year old complains of dizziness and has for over a year. He was recently tested for allergies and does have a few but nothing serious according to his testing. Scored a few 3s for dust, etc. He dies not get sick but has said he gets headaches. In addition he said its starting to affect his focus at school. He reads but isn't comprehending and has to reread. He always has complained of not feeling like himself when this happens. He did test low in his alkaline phosphate. Awhile ago. Our urgent care doctor suggested a mri but our pediatrician disagreed. My child is bot one to complain for no reason. What do I do?

Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
THIS IS FOOD ALLERGY NOT ENVIRONMENTAL
GET BLOOD SERUM TEST FOR MILK WHEAT POTATO CHANA RICE NUTS EGG
YOU GO FOR ELIMINATION AFTER TEST YOUR CHILD WIL BE OKAY WITHOT MEDICINES
NORMALLY CHILD NEED BREAST MILK FOR 2 YRS AND AFTER 2 YEARS NO NEED OF MILK
I RECOMEND TO START WITH ELIMINATION OF MILK AND DIRY COMPLETELY WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY FROM CHILD DIET ADD FRUIT JUICES VEGETABLE SOUP
SEE FOR 3 WK IF HE FEELS BETTER IT IS GOOD GO FOR MILK DESENSITISATION THERAPY
IF NO REVERSAL GET OTHER FOODS WRITTEN ABOVE TESTED
AND ELIMINTE ACCORDINGLY YOU WILL GET RESULTS AND YOU CAN GO FOR DESENSITISATION YJERAPY FOR THAT PARTICULAR FOOD
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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