My soon to be 3 yr. old daughter has episodes in which she does not wake up on her own in the mornings. When this happens, she is completely lethargic, low temperature, metabolic acidosis, etc. They have done all kinds of tests; blood, CAT, MRI, EEG and nothing shows. She also urinates constantly during the day. It's as if she is always thirsty, can't ever get enough to drink. The most serious time we were told her kidneys and other organs would have in fact shut down without medical attention. Once they put her on an IV for several hours, she seems to be fine. Along with this, her breath and urine have a smell of rubbing alcohol. Any ideas??? We are frustrated and scared. We don't want any long term damage.:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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