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Re: EC in Children
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Re: EC in Children

This may have nothing at all to do with EC, but I was always curious how many sufferers had a Western Blot Lyme Disease test, which was positive for both the IgG and IgM 41k band. This 41k band is a sign of flagella bacteria (bacteria tails in blood). I am not sure if any fungus also has tails.

I do not think your son's EC would be hormone related since he is so young. Most people with EC tend to suffer for life unless they discover a specific trigger like food allergy , bacteria infection in mouth, etc. that is causing it.

You might want to get blood test to see if his liver enzymes are elevated (not if they are in normal range, but if they elevated for his age). My liver enzymes have always been in the high range although normal range. But, they were always higher than my parents. I think I read that celiac panel blood test tends to show up better in adults than children...I forgot why. Otherwise, I would say get him tested for celiac disease. You still can, but it might not show up at early age even if he has it.

I do not think any large studies have been done on EC patients. What I wish more sufferers would do is have their doctor send the lip biopsy to the same lab so DNA analysis can be done to find any common DNA links.

I have read about others drinking lots of water, but it did not make the EC go away. We have spent so much money on different vitamins. It might be better to focus more on Psoriasis diet than vitamins.

Is your son a mouth breather? It makes EC worse.

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