Updated: Jul 9, 2019
The child had a severe language impairment, rarely spoke, could not answer very simple yes/no questions, was aggressive and hyperactive.
After 5 months of treatment, the child started speaking more, could answer open-ended questions, became less aggressive and less hyperactive.
Pregnancy and parturition: Respiratory infection in the 2nd trimester of pregnancy, stimulated parturition.
Early signs and symptoms: The child was restless, often cried, did not make any eye contact, was sleep deprived, and only looked for his parents when he was hungry.
Signs and symptoms prior to treatment: Moderate language impairment, reduced vocabulary, mild restricted and repetitive behavior, moderate difficulties with social communications, difficulties with understanding addressed speech, preference to stay alone, hyperactivity, anxiety, and frequent tantrums.
Infections: Detected IgG to rubella virus and EBV (NA) above reference ranges.
Red and white blood cells (in relation to the reference ranges established in the local diagnostic centers): Neutropenia.
Immunity (in relation to the reference ranges established in the local diagnostic centers): Increased T-suppressor count, decreased NK cells count and T-helper/T-suppressor ratio.
Changes after the 2nd cycle: Vocabulary actively increased, understanding and memory has improved. He still cannot immediately answer open-ended questions, but started to answer yes/no questions.
Changes after the 4th cycle: Significantly decreased hyperactivity and improved understanding. Speech has improved, and his vocabulary has increased. Improved contact with other children. He began to speak louder and actively express himself (e.g. dissatisfaction with something)
Changes after the 5th cycle: Vocabulary has continued to increase, his speech has evolved, and he has started to answer open-ended questions. In kindergarten, the child performs oral and written tasks. The child is able to explain how he feels in a particular situation, and even has demonstrated the ability to create stories, which he was unable to do before. Now he can make contact with children, sometimes he offers toys himself or can exchange them with others. Before when he played with children, he would hurt or push someone, but this behavior has stopped completely. The child has become more patient, and now can stand and wait quietly in a line.
Infections: IgG to EBV slightly decreased, IgG to rubella virus significantly decreased by 4 times.
Red and white blood cells (in relation to the reference ranges established in the local diagnostic centers): Increased RDW and increased ESD, neutrophils count was within reference ranges.
Immunity (in relation to the reference ranges established in the local diagnostic centers): Decreased T-helper/T-suppressor ratio, NK cells – within reference ranges.
Parents noted that the treatment combined with corrective therapies was significantly more effective, compared to corrective therapy alone and/or other types of treatment that they underwent earlier.