My son is 13 and for the past 3 years has been growing worse and worse. Back in 2004 over the course of two days he experienced problems swallowing and shortness of breath out of the blue. Our doctor said it was nothing so we continued on un worried. As the weeks past my son would avoid eating just because he found it so difficult and time consuming. He is extremely athletic and constantly trying to keep his weight up, so we suspect no eating disorders. About a year or so and terrible acid reflux and morning nausea caused him immense pain. Although he found "tricks" to help swallowing, he can still not swallow solids without liquid. The past year has been the worse as he has been overcome with terrible un releived fatigue. For the first time ever he was forced to drop a sport not to mention many activities in his life. Hes tested positive for h.pylori, mono, and had strep and sinusitis multiple times over the past years. A few doctors have refered him to a therapist, but cleary this is a ridiculous move and has yet to prove the solution in this case. One doctor mention Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, any help? our son wants his life backReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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