I’m looking for a doctor who’d be interested in complex cases. One who wants and is able to solve puzzles set by symptoms that would seem unconnected at first sight. Usual doctors but shrug their shoulders.
The child is six y.o., the only defined diagnosis is organic aciduria caused by broken folate cycle, folates being influenced by thiols.
The type of aciduria has not been defined. No treatment has been prescribed.
The child’s development is one step forward, two steps backward, the reasons for rollbacks are not clear.
For all the 6 years the child’s been suffering from vomiting with lots of mucus. When the protein in his foods is 0.5 g per kg or less, the child looks quite different, he starts progressing, but in this case we need a special hydrolyzate, and no one can tell us which one, no one knows which.
Thank you for your attention.
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