Please, can anyone help? My grandchild has since her first month of life presented during the first week of the month with very high fevers (often in the high 104 range) along with multiple other symtoms including:
severe lethary, often protile vomiting with inability to even keep a tsp of water down, severe malaise, obvious pallor, movement is painful, fatigue and weakness, complains of head hurting, and sometimes stomach hurting.
Blood draws have revealed elevated white counts (although testing for common infections such as UTI, ear, throat have been negative), IGA, sed rate, T3 and T4 anomalies. She was taken to Dornbeckers when blood results were indicative of cancer, but remains undiagnosed.
She is fine in between these bouts.:confused:
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