Advice for newly diagnosed
Posted 30 April 2012 - 01:52 PM
Posted 30 April 2012 - 03:59 PM
Posted 04 May 2012 - 10:31 AM
Dear Greg's Mom -Here are some words of wisdom that you need: I don't know your boy's medical history, but his problem sounds like it could be food allergies and possibly other substances, chemical, and environmental allergies. Just check into NAET or google it and get a good education by reading one of Devi's books, esp. the 3rd edition of 'Say Goodbye to Illness" and then you will be able to MRT (muscle response test) immediately for any possible allergens and learn to use naet practitioners to immediately, non-invasely, and non-drug eliminate most any allergy your boy's body system is fighting against. IBS seems to most always deal with allergies and stress can make it worse. My wife and I have been using these techniques to eliminate allergies the past many years. NAET, although being a holistic technique has been around for over 30 years so it is a sound and proven resource and it really works well for us and others.Please check this out and you'll be glad you did and the information you learn will be well-worth knowing now and for the future too.DAD
After a year and a half of symptoms and constant pain, blood tests, xrays. ct scans, colonoscopy and endoscopy my 18 year old has been diagnosed with IBS. He doesnt have the diarrhea or constipation but the horrible pain. He has missed so much school and has failed so many courses and he is due to graduate in less than 2 months. The school has been sympathetic to a point but still had the attitude that he should suck it up and get to class. Now that we have a diagnosis nd he is on an anti spasmodic there is a little more understanding.In fact I asked today about a 504 plan and they said it may not be too late! Wondering why this wasnt offered before but thats another issue! And yes stress causes IBS but IBS causes stress too so he is also on Zoloft which is a great help. I just feel so bad that he has had to deal with this--he has lost part of his life, rarely goes out or hang out with friends, gave up playing soccer and tennis at school and doesnt participate in much of anything.Looking for any words of wisdom from those who have been in this situation. He just wants to graduate and not be in pain every day of his life.