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What treatment should be taken for increase in alanine and is it totally curable ?

Hello Doctor , my baby nw is 4 months old but since hes first month,,he had seizures ,he was confined in the hospital..then from there till now he had series of test..on his urine metalic screening,,his alanine has slightly increased..and hes lactate is above the normal as well...till now doctors doesnt have any idea yet..whats his sickness and im literally dead worried about this treatable??dr. told me if the alanine will not be treated he might be retarted..i dont want that to happen..i wanted to know if this can be corrected...i love my son so much! i dont know why this happens to him and where it started..please explain..thankyou
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Hello Dear
I would like to know other reports of your baby also . What is his weight and length by now and age?
What was the diagnosis of the previous dr.?
There cannot be No diagnosis at all!!!!!!!!
I am suspecting some genetic rare disorder . But dont worry, we will definitely come to some solution to this problem. I will do my best to cure your son .
Contact me anytime at my email or
call me anytime.
Good Luck!!!!!!!
Answered: Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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