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Child with upper respiratory infections, pneumonia and bronchitis. Possible asthma diagnosed. History of tethered spinal cord

Good Evening. My son has had a history of upper respiratory infections, pneumonia , double pneumonia, bronchitis , and recently was diagnosed (possibly) with Asthma . They are trying him on Symbicort for two months. I m very concerned about him. He does not look good at all. He s always been very pale with dark circles under his eyes. He sweats very profusely and doesn t usually have a fever, very moist skin. Recently, he has started to twitch, constantly, all over. His whole body jumps. I have been questioning the doctor since he was about 2, he s 8. The doctor tells me he is just a pale child. He is constantly sick. The only other medical history he has, is that he had a tethered spinal cord when he was a baby, and had surgery to correct it.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
This is case of wheat allergy
You are required to get blood serum tested for Wheat specific antibodies
along wjth taht you can check for other foodslike milk,potato,soy,potato,chana,rice
you will positively get wheat allergy
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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