- CASE FILE
After a tick bite my daughter was hospitalized with elevated heart rate, high Lactic Acid, urine retention, can not sweat, fatigue,
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
A year ago, my 29 year old went to her primary Dr. because she thought her asthma was acting up. When she arrived the Dr. found her heart rate was 189 and oxygen was 79 and sent her to the ER. At the hospital, numerous test were done and she was found to have an elevated heart rate and very high Lactic Acid, she was admitted. During the hospitalization she was caterized, saw an infectious disease Dr. Neurologist, Urologist, Cardiologist, Nephroligist, was given blood test hourly, CT scan, and sent home with instructions to drink a gallon of water a day and see her Primary Dr. The next day she went back to the ER, it was the weekend, because she could not urinate and, she was cauterized and sent home with a caterer and instructions to follow up with Cardiologist, Nephrologist, Endocrinologist and Geneticist at Cooper. After endless visits to several doctors with no answers, the urologist suggested we go to U Penn. U Penn could not help and sent her to CHOP, CHOP did the Genetic test and the findings had no answers for her condition. CHOP sent her to Genetic Retinol and he too had no answers or solutions. All that is said is that she has to live with drinking over a gallon of water a day, stay out of the heat to avoid the elevation of heart rate, self catherize 3 times a day and live it.