11 Years Old, Multiple Tests, Years of Suffering and an Elusive Treatment
At the age of 11, and after 6 years of suffering illness after illness, Eric – a young man in Wamego, Kansas, had been tested and tested, but no one seemed to be able to pinpoint the cause of his extreme discomfort and frightening symptoms. Eric suffered from ADHD, OCD, moderate Asperger’s Syndrome, severe sensory problems, rages, trouble swallowing and even lesions on his hands as the skin would crack and peel.
22 Years of Needless Pain Resolved in Just a Few Weeks
Starting at the age of 15, Lori felt miserable…fatigue, insomnia, mood swings, difficulty thinking, mild GI issues…but it was not until she was 26 years old that she’d had enough of the pain that she finally went to see a doctor to do something about it. Unfortunately, she went through an ever-rotating carousel of doctors that started years of endless testing and misdiagnoses.
After 6 Years of Abdominal Pain, Finally Answers
Barbara’s son John, 19, woke up one morning complaining about extreme stomach pain. Despite a number of examinations, the pain persisted for many weeks and, when he was scoped, his doctor diagnosed him with Celiac disease, a serious autoimmune disorder in which the ingestion of gluten can lead to damage in the small intestine.
Ruling Out Infection
The trouble began in September 2016 after he had had a new pacemaker implanted. Within a week of the procedure, his surgery site was not healing and had begun to exude blood and other fluid. Naturally, everyone assumed it was an infection and his doctors prescribed antibiotics. After a couple of months the wound still wasn’t healing and infection-like symptoms continued.
A Lifetime of Pain Finally Relieved
Starting at the age of 21, Beth started to have bouts of stabbing bladder pain. They would persist for a couple months and then go into remission for two to four months at a time. During this time she was able to start her own business, settle down and have children, but her searing bladder pain was only getting worse.