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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 08:14 AM
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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 09:31 AM
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Originally posted by mjfromga
Did your daughter have ibuprofen? Both my daughter and my niece ended up in the hospital due to an allergic reaction to it (genetic predisposition). My niece took extra-strength in college for cramps and it affected her eyes, rash, and such. My daughter was given it in 8th grade when she had a cold as per doctor's prescription. It set off something called a post-viral encephalitis and she had a terrible headache and her eyes froze in place. We ran her into our eye doctor (we trusted him more than the doctor) and he rushed her to the hospital. She didn't have a rash, but fever, headache, and the eye thing. She said it sounded like a freight train was going through her head. They gave her a spinal tap right away, and that happened to lower the pressure built up in her head and she felt almost immediately better. It took a couple of months before her eyes were back to normal, though. Ibuprofen reactions can cause the issues you describe, also when she is sick with a virus.

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You didn't say whether your daughter had taken Ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil...). My daughter had uneven pupils, too. She ended up with amnesia out of the thing. It is rare, but if you Google ibuprofen and meningitis, you will see that the symptoms are very similar to your daughter's - high fever, rash, sensitivity to light, eye problems, etc. We were told after the fact by the same doctor who prescribed it, that on rare instances, Ibuprofen will cause meningitis (although we were told our daughter had encelphalitis). I think it must be an aspirin derivitive of some type since aspirin isn't recommended for children as it can also cause meningitis. I think the instances are probably much higher than what is reported since the patient often gets better and they don't figure out what caused it. Allergic reactions without the meningitis, like my niece had, are more common.

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That's one of the reasons why they started vaccinating for measles. Kids would get measles and high feavers and parents would give them aspirin and if the child is gentically predisposed, would end up with meningitis (or post-viral encephalitis, like my daughter). It used to be much more common. They went over it with us at the time it happened, but is has something to do with the combination of the particular virus, the medicine, and the child's genetics.

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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:21 AM
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Colloidal Silver and vitamin D in 10,000 IU's. This regimine will take care of just about everything known to man.

Second line and I am tired of people not trying it, it won't kill you that's for sure!!!



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:27 AM
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Have you traveled recently? Check into Dengue Fever. There are two types of the fever, one where your temperature rises and the other temperature drops. Check it out her symtoms sounds like Dengue.



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 01:10 PM
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Ok, I am not doctor, But I can buy time for your doctor to help your kid.

Here are measure ask your doctor to check for.

1. Give her milk with Turmeric Powder (Complete Boiled)
2. If you have gold dust and little Vitamin C Tablets then give it to her.

This will help to improve immunity and will allow her to get rid of itchiness, throat infection and fever etc...
more over it will allow to increase blood circulation and will improve her BP.

Sponge her with Hot water, Add little salt, lemon drops and Eucalyptus oil regularly 3 times a day. And let remaining do by your doctor.

Your kid will be fine soon. I will pray for the same.Hope to here good news soon



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 12:09 AM
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Thanks again everyone, Ill try to explain what has happened as best I can until I get home. I have just sat through the lumber injection which was unsuccessful and very emotional. They could not draw any of the spinal fluid so they are going to put her to sleep and save her the 2nd round of pain in theatre.

Still unsure what is going on but the bug is apparently very rare in her age bracket. Something has shown up in her blood and what eveqp it was, was repelling the anti-biotics. Yesterday they upped her dose X4.
Numerous infections have been ruled out. Meningitis is what they are looking for now.
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posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 12:18 AM
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I have travelled recently, my daughter hasn't. Not out of the country either. I will add that this has not contagious. This has started from her body from what Ive been told.



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 12:20 AM
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stay strong. I've been keeping an eye on her progress since page one.

Let us know in your own time when you have it, and my best thoughts Im sending to you and your family.

Zazz



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 08:33 AM
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I'll give a bit more now that I'm home and all we are doing is pretty much waiting for the results. As much as it was hard watching what happened, I will say my little girl is a tough one. They tried with the lumber puncher but couldn't get what they were after. They actually didn't penetrate the muscle from what they said and I would of hated to see her face if it was done there and then. They didn't have the right needles to start with and I think that is part of the reason why they sedated her also. She came out of that fine but I'm sure she will be a bit sore tommorow.

She is obviously back on the anti-biotics. To look at hr you would think there is nothing wrong with her apart from maybe a bit of tiredness or drowsiness from the anaesthetic. The lumber puncture is more of a precaution to the meningitis but with it, I'm sure that if it isn't they will get to the source of the problem.

If it is meningitis, she will be in hospital for up to another week and a half. If it isn't and I hope it isn't, she could be home as early as tommorow night. So its just a wait for the results and a go from there sort of thing. The doctors and nurses have been awesome and I seriously believe today was one of the hardest things I have had to watch. But with that, I can't believe how brave she was. The thought of that happening to me makes me cringe...

I am so proud of her...



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 08:57 AM
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Thanks for sharing. I'm not sure what a lumber puncher is, but I'm sure I wouldn't want to have my child take such a hit. Best wishes.



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 10:39 AM
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Originally posted by DarknStormy
I'll give a bit more now that I'm home and all we are doing is pretty much waiting for the results. As much as it was hard watching what happened, I will say my little girl is a tough one. They tried with the lumber puncher but couldn't get what they were after. They actually didn't penetrate the muscle from what they said and I would of hated to see her face if it was done there and then. They didn't have the right needles to start with and I think that is part of the reason why they sedated her also. She came out of that fine but I'm sure she will be a bit sore tommorow.

She is obviously back on the anti-biotics. To look at hr you would think there is nothing wrong with her apart from maybe a bit of tiredness or drowsiness from the anaesthetic. The lumber puncture is more of a precaution to the meningitis but with it, I'm sure that if it isn't they will get to the source of the problem.

If it is meningitis, she will be in hospital for up to another week and a half. If it isn't and I hope it isn't, she could be home as early as tommorow night. So its just a wait for the results and a go from there sort of thing. The doctors and nurses have been awesome and I seriously believe today was one of the hardest things I have had to watch. But with that, I can't believe how brave she was. The thought of that happening to me makes me cringe...

I am so proud of her...



You should be proud of her - she is a little trooper.


I can't even imagine what you are going through right now. Hang in there - all my positive thoughts going your way. Thanks for keeping us informed. Let us know how's she's doing. She is in my thoughts.



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 10:51 AM
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So is it a bug or what is it. One post you say its a bug, the next post you say its not contagious. I´m not a doctor but a bug should be considered contagious, as you got it from the outside anyways.
Is this info from your doctor?
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posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 12:55 PM
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The lumber puncture is pretty much a needle to try and draw spinal fluid from around the spine. In this case, they gave her the needle in her lower back and a bit to the side of her spine so that it didn't affect anything else.Pretty much similar to an epidural except they are taking and not putting anything in the body.
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posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 01:01 PM
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It is an infection which has come from something in her body. From what the doctors have said it is not contagious so at least, it was not contracted from someone else. They just don't understand why or how it got into her blood. It pretty much shouldn't be there. They are checking for meningitis but for all we know, the results could come back negative and it could possibly be something else. Its hard to label it because no-one knows what exactly it is right now.

If i said bug somewhere, sorry. It is an infection which most likely started somewhere in her body. The gland on her neck/back was like a golf ball, as soon as they gave her the steroids, it was gone. I am not good with medical stuff, so I don't know what it is..
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posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 02:09 PM
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Was just wondering because you wrote about a bug and 4x antibiotics as normal??



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 03:15 PM
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Boy, this infection sure is hanging on. I hope they figure it out pretty quick. I hate to see kids suffering and I hate hearing of them dying worse. We always try to think something we did contributed to these things but most times they just got in contact with some bad germs from somewhere, possibly from a tiny cut or pulled fingernail they did not even mention. It sounds like she's fighting and I hope that doesn't change. Try to act cheerful around her, energy can be transferred to a person through touch. This boosts her frequency and can help her fight. If you feel depressed your energy is low. Hold her hand and tell her she's going to get better. Positive attitude has more energy. There are a lot of things that help a person heal. Sometimes though, some people just need rest to heal.



posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 09:37 PM
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Colliodal Silver is not toxic.......Please do a little research and give it a try !!!!!!!!!



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 05:53 AM
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I hope your daughter recovers soon. It's so tough as a parent to watch your child suffer.

Leave no stone unturned.

Did you see this post?

Originally posted by Aronolac
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Dear DarknStormy,

I am not a doctor, please advise yourself of that, but I am a transmitter/receiver of medical information from none other than Edgar Cayce who has heeded your call through me with a diagnosis as follows:

EDGAR CAYCE July 23, 2012 9PM EDST USA
"The meningitis diagnosis is incorrect. It is blood poisoning derived from a sharp pencil she used to dilate her navel because it itched. The child needs antibiotics of the kind they use for steroid users because she has them in her system. Please evacuate her arm with the rash or the arm closest to the rash. The rash is a sign she has irritated the nerve endings in the arm and she needs constant attention until the swelling goes down. Feed her antibiotics every four hours and let her sleep as long as she wants to. There is no cure for blood poisoning, only rest will heal the condition.

This is from Edgar Cayce which I transmitted through my keyboard. Thank you. Aronolac


At least ask your daughter if she did use a pencil on her navel if you haven't already. If this is true, then you can save your daughter from another lumbar puncture.

Sending you and her some light and love. Stay strong!



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 08:16 AM
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They got the spinal tests back and it is not meningitis. They have diagnosed it as a blood infection. How why, I don't know. She is home now but she has to keep going back to the hospital for meds and has to take a couple of weeks school off. She still has the bunge in her arm so it would be risky with it getting knocked or something.

The only way i can see this occuring is through her tonsils unless she has done something else and wasn't aware of it herself... Anyway, hopefully they will take the bloody things out now if it was a factor. again, thanks for the pointers etc, I can't believe it took this long to come to a conclusion.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 08:42 AM
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Perhaps her condition could improve with either making her drink colloidal silver, or applying a compress soak with the silver over her rashes might help. You should google the colloidal silver to see if there is any side effects, but it is claimed that the colloidal silver can cure anything.
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