Happy Kits make happy kids
Parents fear for their children’s health and safety before the child is even born, but when a baby becomes ill and the parent has no idea what could be wrong, the situation can become especially frightening. This is especially true when the baby is diagnosed with an autoimmune illness
When Cody and Ashley Wolfing took their daughter, Joselyn, for her 18-month check-up, they went prepared with a lot of questions. Joselyn, a happy baby, had become cranky and clingy, always wanting to be held and comforted. Her stomach was distended, her eyes had become sunken, she was not growing, and she was beginning to fall behind in her motor skills. They knew something was seriously wrong.
After talking with their pediatrician about their baby’s symptoms, blood work was ordered. The screening for Celiac Disease came back with remarkably high numbers. Joselyn was taken to see a gastroenterologist within a matter of days, and an upper GI scope was performed, which confirmed Celiac Disease.
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