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constantly increasing his vocabulary

Updated: Jul 15, 2019


The child has problems with speaking skills, he knew only learned answers to some questions, such as “What is your name?".
After 10 months of the treatment, the child has acquired a lot of new words, learned colors, the alphabet, can count, and is now able to talk on his own volition.

Signs and symptoms prior to treatment:

Delay in language development, could not express his needs, did not know how to play with other children, did not play with toys, stimming, and obsession with blankets.


Initial blood test results revealed elevetate level of IgG to EBV (NA), CMV, rubella virus and H. pylori; as well erythrocytosis, neutropenia, and increased RDW were detected.


Changes after the 1st cycle:

Some new words (5-6 words) appeared, learned how to request hings, and repeated words from when he would use an educational application on a tablet. The frequency of stimming decreased, his anxiety has decreased, and his hyperactivity has decreased; in general the child has calmed down. His understanding of other people has slightly improved, and he stopped hiding under a blanket (where he used to hide).


Changes after the 2nd cycle:

He began to hide under blankets again, and started to laugh with no reason. Started playing with a water gun, where before he had no interest in toys. New words appeared in addition to the previous ones (4 new words), and says these words with an understanding the meaning of them. He learned 5 new letters, and has a better capacity for learning overall.


Changes after the 4th cycle:

He has learned about 10 new words, learned the alphabet, became artistic, and began to sing songs. In general, his ability to learn is improving.


Changes after the 5th cycle:

He has learned several new phrases, not just separate words.


Changes after the 6th cycle:

The mother wrote us a letter:


Hello,


I am___, mother of___. We have started a treatment with you on____


Since beginning treatment, we have seen noticeable improvements in both behavior and speech. His vocabulary has increase, new phrases appeared, he has become more careful and it has become easy for him to learn. Also since beginning treatment, he has not been sick with respiratory infections, when he has often been sick before.


Thanks to your treatment we are moving forward, however, sometimes his behavior worsens and forgets the words that he used to know. In this regard, I want to say that he knows many words, but for some reason does not use them in his day-to-day life.


Now, the child willingly studies, knows all the letters, tries to read by syllables, counts up to twenty, knows colors and shapes too, has good behavior, and shows no aggression and self-aggression. He does not play with other children, he draws a lot, plays with plasticine, with a ball, loves cats, and is afraid of dogs. In the last month, no new words have appeared, and his ability to understand is still suffering. If he does not understand the question, he repeats it.


Taking this opportunity, I want to thank you on behalf of my family.


Changes after the 7th cycle:

Vocabulary continues to increase.


Changes after the 8th cycle:

New words have continued to appear, mostly nouns, names of objects, and animals. There are more new phrases, and repeats phrases after parents, but still does not use them himself.


Noticeable improvements in behavior.


Changes after the 10th cycle:

There has been a positive dynamic in this course. The child started to build sentences, recently when he saw a cat he said: “mom, look, cat”. He learned to write, and he played with other children in kindergarten.


The blood tests done after 10 cycles showed a significant decrease in antibodies to all detected infections apart from EBV (the level of antibodies to this virus did not change). H.pylori infection was eradicated. Regarding white and red blood cell count, only erythrocyte count was elevated.


The child is still continuing treatment. Updates will be added when available.

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