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Posted by
Jacqui on January 30, 2000 at 22:19:43:

Greetings Dr. Stoll,
I would first like to commend you for your bravery and dedication to human life. May the almighty creator bless and keep you always under divine protection and health. My question is as follows: If a twenty (25) week gestation premature infant has 1/3 of the small intestine at the ileum and ileocecal valve surgically removed,will these organs grow back as the infant matures and/or physically develops? A development of necrotizing entrocolitis caused the need for the emergency surgery at seven (7) days of life.



Re: small intestine

Posted by Walt Stoll on January 31, 2000 at 15:10:35:

In Reply to: small intestine posted by Jacqui on January 30, 2000 at 22:19:43:

Thanks, Jacqui.

No, they wil not grow back. This is a serious deficiency since the toxins from the colon ( the sewer of the body) will always be able to leak back into the blood stream via the ileum the child has left (No one way valve and no way to do anything about it.)

Was any cause for the necrotizing enterocolitis ever determined?

Walt



Re: small intestine

Posted by Jacqui on February 02, 2000 at 12:40:34:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine posted by Walt Stoll on January 31, 2000 at 15:10:35:

Greetings Dr. Stoll,

You are truely awesome! Thank you for the prompt reply. Yes the birthing hospital verified that klebsiella was the organism that caused the NEC. Dr. Stoll, will you let me know if I can write you with the details of this situation, as I do not want to post it. Thank you in advance for your assitance.

Peace and Blessings to you and your family
Jacqui



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant)

Posted by Walt Stoll on February 03, 2000 at 13:12:22:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine posted by Jacqui on February 02, 2000 at 12:40:34:

Hi, Jacqui.

You can send it to Sunrise Health Coach, 415 South Bonita Avenue, Panama City, FL 32401

This cause tells me that, even WITH all of his intestines still there, he had severe LGS at birth---and STILL has it. The genetic susceptibility was, and is, there.

Now is the time to maximize the intestinal function of what he has left. You will need to become an expert in LGS and C-RS to protect what he has left. Even then, without a functioning iliocecal valve, he will never be able to just take his health for granted. He will have to practice wellness all his life just to be average healthy.

Walt



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant)

Posted by Jacqui on February 03, 2000 at 23:47:18:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) posted by Walt Stoll on February 03, 2000 at 13:12:22:

Greetings Dr. Stoll,

This is first time new to our family. The birth was twins and both developed NEC on the seventh day in the hospital. They each spent approximately 13 months combined under twenty-four hour hospital care. Extensive testings was done on both children and not one surgeon or medical doctor ever told our family about LGS. Is this syndrom one that can be missed at birth and through age two? Dr. Stoll, I truely appreciate your time and attention. I have begun to investigate this syndrome on the net and I am overwhelmed to say the least. My children have maintained a wholistic diet with various supplements; however, no one has been able to give us this much information since we began this journey the day of the first emergency surgery. I will forward my correspondence to the address listed above. Peace and Blessings to you and your family.

Jacqui



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy.

Posted by Walt Stoll on February 04, 2000 at 10:30:52:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) posted by Jacqui on February 03, 2000 at 23:47:18:

Hi, Jacqui.

Human beings change but slowly. Physicians in this day and age are little different from the physicians who took 200 years to learn to wash their hands in spite of Semmelweis scientifically demonstrating to them that they were killing their patients by NOT washing. He ended up in a mental institution because he could see so clearly and they refused to change.

There is SO much more money to be made treating the effects of LGS, than there EVER will be teaching people how to resolve it, that it may be another 100 years before the public demands better from the current monopoly over health-care thinking.

In your case, there was nothing that could have been done than what was done--once the problem was there. Indeed, at that point, conventional medicine saved their lives. However an ethical physician would at least have taught you how to prevent this from happening to any more pregnancies in the future since that is pretty well known.

The problem is that any physician that even talks about the new way of looking at health is ostracized by his colleagues and frequently loses his license over the dispute.

Remember that the AMA scoffed at the idea of folic acid preventing spina bifida for nearly 20 years. Now it is standard knowledge. How many spina bifida people are there out there who would be normal if the AMA had simply looked at the data???

"It is impossible for anyone to begin to learn what he thinks he already knows."
Epictetus (c.a.d. 55-c135)

Walt



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy.

Posted by Jacqui on February 04, 2000 at 15:15:55:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy. posted by Walt Stoll on February 04, 2000 at 10:30:52:

Greetings Dr. Stoll,

My experience with their birth and recovery has proven your very statement many times over. I want to verify that we are on the same page, please excuse my ignorance. Is the LGS that you are speaking of Langer-Giedon Syndrome? If so, the sites that I have found on the internet describe symtoms that my children do not exhibit. Are there any sites that you are aware of that exist that describe wholistic nutritional recommendations. Thank you for your existence. In struggle we shall achieve peace. Peace and blessings unto you and your family.

Jacqui



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy.

Posted by Walt Stoll on February 05, 2000 at 06:25:49:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy. posted by Jacqui on February 04, 2000 at 15:15:55:

Hi, Jacqui.

ALWAYS use the glossary for any unfamiliar terms. LGS is "leaky gut syndrome".

Walt



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy.

Posted by Jacqui on February 07, 2000 at 12:01:39:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy. posted by Walt Stoll on February 05, 2000 at 06:25:49:

Greetings Dr. Stoll,

You are truely an amazing spirit! I have been constantly searching on my own and with the support of my husband to battle my children's poor digestion because the medical system wanted to permanently hospitalized them with permanent ostemy's. About a year ago I discovered information on LGS and began researching on the internet and I came across your website. I read your article on LGS and I instantly knew that was it. Several months went by and I was able to e-mail you a detailed describtion of my pregnancy and birth along with their surgeries. I e-mailed the message to your son the webmaster. He replied to my message and instructed me to address it to your bulletin board and/or your personal response line and that was 9/99. We are constantly moving around to seek out new treaments and even to find the right climate as we have noticed that the climate will affect their health. As you see, I just was able to follow the directions that your son gave. So, my husband and I laughed when we read your message this morning because the ALWAYS! is like you really know my nature to be overzealous. My husband tried to tell me that I was overeacting. I AM CURRENTLY EXPECTING, WHERE DO I FIND INFORMATION TO PREVENT LGS IN THIS PREGNANCY. I AM IN MY FIRST MONTH. Peace and blessings to you and your family.

Jacqui



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy.

Posted by Jacqui on February 07, 2000 at 12:26:59:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy. posted by Jacqui on February 07, 2000 at 12:01:39:

Greetings Dr. Stoll,

I got so caught up in my story to you that I forgot about my question regarding one twins stool. I have managed with limited information to get both children to produced formed stools. However, one twin sometimes will produce a green stool that is very acidic and resembling a gel mass and foul in odor. Do you have any suggestions?



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy.

Posted by Walt Stoll on February 08, 2000 at 12:19:16:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy. posted by Jacqui on February 07, 2000 at 12:01:39:

Jaqui.

It is very late in the game but you could still help some by IMMEDIATELY adopting a strict wellness livestyle (see archives or glossary)!!

While you are getting on that (Remember that every day, at this stage of pregnancy, things are developing that will have the risk of influencing the child's life from then on.)

For the first glimmer of conventional understanding about this see the cover article of Newsweek 9/27/99 or go to their website at www.newsweek.com

For more advanced information get a copy of Paavo Airola, ND's classic "Every Woman's Book" and devour it. It is out in a new printing and would be available via amazon.com (link on this 'site) or any library.

For your next pregnancy, you need to start this (both mother and father) at least 2 YEARS before conception. That is why I say this is late in the game for this one.

More questions?

Walt



Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy.

Posted by Walt Stoll on February 08, 2000 at 12:24:35:

In Reply to: Re: small intestine (surgical removal of iliocecal valve as an infant) ARCHIVE under philosophy. posted by Jacqui on February 07, 2000 at 12:26:59:

Hi, Jacqui.

This makes me suspect LGS, C-RS and multiple parasitosis---
all frequent results of a genetic susceptibility AND undiagnosed LGS.

If I had this child, I would be getting several purged stool specimens to Great Smokies Labs and one comprehensive stool analysis at the same place.

See the glossary and the archives for parasites for directions as to how to do this.

Let us know what you learn.

Walt



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