Because of a rare disease any food inflicts great suffering Ella Campbell
Ella Campbell of Aylesbury suffers from a rare and incurable disease, which leads to the fact that the child experiences pain when eating, writes The Daily Mail. The thing eosinophilic gastrointestinal disease. Because of him any food triggers pain and causes nausea.
A long time, doctors could not determine the reason for such a violent reaction, while the hospital staff at Great Ormond Street are not diagnosed with "eosinophilic gastrointestinal disease." Now the girl is fed hypoallergenic mixture through a tube in his stomach. Especially traumatic for her that at a dinner at the school she can not eat normally with his classmates.
The disease develops when eosinophils – a type of white blood cell – are recorded in extremely large quantities in various parts of the body. If the baby is found to allergens, these eosinophils begin to multiply in abnormal amounts. As a result, instead of having to struggle with allergies, they cause inflammation and tissue damage.
So now the girl has to take immunosuppressant drugs that make it though completely defenseless against infections. In this regard, it is often necessary to attend the clinic in order to receive a portion of antibiotics. Doctors do not yet accurate predictions for the future. Perhaps the girl dies.
I must say, her brother was diagnosed at birth similar disease. Despite the fact that he is also active disease manifests itself, it is still able to eat a small serving of fruit, vegetables and meat. Experts say this is possible because the boy did not develop fear most meals.