Our daughter has been suffering with illnesses since birth, she had RSV at 4 months. When she was about 2 she started vomiting for no reason first thing in the morning until she ate and drank, the dr did a wee test and told us it was diabetes so we went straight to the hospital. The hospital stated it wasn't diabetes. Since then we have been back and forth and still have no diagnosis. Her symptoms are: she is very pale, dark rings under eyes come and go, ketones in urine, protein in urine, sometimes glucose in urine, low iron levels, low lymphocytes, increased erythrocyte sedimentation rate, stomach pains and severe headaches. She has so far had ultrasounds showing nothing and an edoscopy that showed small amounts of blood in her stomach that are unexplained - not ulcers. She drinks heaps of water everyday and has become more and more irritable as each day passes. We are lost, we do not know where to turn. Our daughter is suffering and is in pain almost everyday, she has on again off again fevers. If anyone can help we would be forever grateful.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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