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ESR, blood in stool, enlarged spleen, exzema and gerd, allergies,

My 6 1/2 month old son has an ESR of 24. We are now checking for blood in the stool . He has an enlarged spleen , which is why we did the blook work in the first place. He is under 2% on the weight chart. He also has severe exzema and GERD . He also has allergies. He was not premature. His cognitive ability is very good and he sits well on his own. He is on soilds now and isn t tired too much.
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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SEE TOWARDS MILK THEORY WHICH STATES THAT CHILD REQUIRES BREAST MILK ONLY TILL 2 YEARS AND AFTER THAT NO MILK IF WE ADD MILK AND DIARY IN DIET THE CHILS STARTS WITH VARIOUS DISEASES OF MULTIPLE ORGANS AND ALLERGY OF MULTIPLE SYSTEMS
AS THE ANIMAL PROTEINS ARE NOT COMPETIBLE WITH HUMAN PROTEINS
IF YOU WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY PROTEINS COMPLETELY FROM DIET THE CHILD WILL HAVE NORMAL DEVELOPMENT WITH REVERSAL OF ALL DISEASES IN FEW WK
TILL THEN YOU CAN CXONTINUE WITH SUPPORTING THERAPY
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