Systemic Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and GastritisHello everyone,
I am desperately in need of advice here. I have a 9 month old daughter who was initially diagnosed with incomplete Kawasaki (she had a 104 fever for 6 days until treatment, rash, swelling of hands and foot). Her brother had been sick and treated with home remedies a week before she fell ill. After receiving two IVIG treatments, her fever and rash returned again and would not subside without medication. She was then diagnosed with sJIA. Her inflammatory markers (CRP,ESR,ferritin) were all high, with Ferritin reaching 7000! Her WBC was high. She had effusion around the heart and lungs and had to be given high doses of steroids for three days to bring inflammation down. Today she's on the fourth day of low dose steroid, naproxen, Zantac, and an antibiotic for EColi UTI. The steroids make her extremely fussy. She seems to have abdominal pain and threw up right after receiving it. I can see her go through a lot of pain due to the side effects of the meds and am desperate to find alternatives. The goal is to keep the inflammation down. Is there a specific diet I should consider, along with homeopathic or allopathic remedies? Also would those remedies work with the current medicines she's getting? How can I reduce the pain and discomfort caused by Gastritis?
Heberle87 on 2014-04-28
You have a very experienced homeopath MD, in Rockville-http://www.drwember.com/office.php-
You can also google and do phone consults as an acute case with
Mary Aspinwall, or Lia Bello- both of whom are master homeopaths and
teachers and will do an acute consult for $50 with follow up.
You need a very experienced person here to help you with this.
♥ simone717 5 years ago
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