Skip to comments.Oklahoma FReeper sick daughter needs medical help, your info is needed. (prayers too)
Posted on 05/15/2011 11:59:14 AM PDT by GailA
Oklahoma: FReeper trussell's daughter Crystal has some urgent medical care needs that sound like a blood issue from the discriptions. She does not qualify for Sooner health care.
Your information or knowledge of where she can take her for medical care is needed. FREEP MAIL trussell if you have the knowledge of the information she can use.
You who live in Oklahoma, you know your health system, CAN you provide the information she needs?
FREEP MAIL trussell
She would also appreciate your prayers for her daughter Crystal.
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Age I can’t tell you pre-teen to teen I “ASSUME”, if you looked at the title she is in the great SOONER state of OK.
Can any of you Sooners post this thread to your profile page?
Prayers up for Crystal and her family.
Take her to St Jude. They treat the child regarless of the ability to pay.
Prayers for God’s blessings on all.
I saw that, but trussell has a Minnesota flag on her profile page and in the profile, she says she lives in colorado. YOU are talking about Tennessee, wher you are, and I am confused.
However, there are questions. How long has she been seeking medical attention for this child...and when did the bruising start? Do the bruises heal quickly/normally? or do they heal slowly or not at all?
(she had a case of rotovirus when a baby.)
Her parents are military - took her to their doctors and specialists in Maine, Nova Scotia, Texas and Florida...went through a mountain of tests. Nothing - just ‘take antacids)
She took tums after every meal. Nothing stopped it.
One day, at a health fair, a Natureopath, (In many states, including Florida, a Natureopath is also a trained physician) - was offering to analyze a drop of blood and tell you the results. He offered to my daughter. She asked him to do her daughter instead.
He took a drop of her blood, put it his machine, and without knowing ONE thing of her past, turned to her and said: “Honey, does your tummy hurt after you eat?”
BINGO! He diagnosed glucose intolerance.
My daughter told her regular pediatrician - who scoffed:”Well, I guess if you try it and it works, you'll know.” She, the doctor, was indignant.
But that was two years ago. My daughter has become a gourmet gluten-free cook...and my granddaughter has no more tummy aches and has improved in all other areas of her health like night and day.
I do not imply your daughter has the same problem. What I am suggesting is that you might want to find a competent Natureopath - They may be able to pinpoint the problem with as little as one drop of blood.
Agree. I would go to a naturopathic doc first ANYTIME. They aim to correct condition NOT just cover up symptoms
Northeastern Oklahoma: http://neochc.org/
Community Clinic Association: http://www.nachc.org/
(58 in Oklahoma)
Heart Rhythm Disorder
Hypotension (low blood pressure)
Myelodysplastic Syndrome (pre-leukemia)
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)
Type 1 Diabetes
I do not know where you can go for a diagnosis to really sort this out as I live in Wisconsin, the "free clinic" lady sounds like she means well, and prayers never hurt, but you need to get some serious help for the young lady.
Which is why I headed the thread with the right state.
You missed Leukemia.
And a nurse saying the child is filled with “EVIL” spirits smacks of the 1400’s.
She truly needs St Jude’s here in Memphis.
People sometimes post their original home state flag, and don’t mention they moved. Lots don’t even have a thing up on their pages.
Several weeks now. I know the prayer warriors have been praying for her for that long.
I gave the url’s for the 2 best places that I know in my state. I was hoping SOONER’s would know the same kind of places in their state.
Actually it’s not voodoo and you can have demonic forces influencing your health and causing bizarre symptoms. As well as other things, just not always. And they are easy to cast out if your a believer. No beatings, and no shouting and such. Just in the name of Jesus I command you leave, you have no authority here, or anything along those lines or what the Holy Spirit tells you to say, in Jesus name. We’ve been given that authority. It works, it’s also more common than you think. Could also be medical, only God and the doctors can tell.
The other thing also is, I thought ALL children nation wide, if there parents make only so much money a year qualify for Medicare/Medicaid(I get the two mixed up, it’s one or the other) My niece and her husband make around 50-60,000 a year and both of their boys get state health care.
You are on UE, through no fault of hers (economy), which is why she is on UE.
We are talking about an unemployed, single mom of several children. And that UE comes with big strings that makes you a slave to the gov't rules. You always get a couple of $$ TO MUCH to qualify for any other program like state health ins. Which is what is happening here.
Drug store Walk in clinics do not deal with any major illness, and the most you are seeing is a RN, not a doc, all they can do is 'suggest' you see a Primary Care doc. I doubt they can even recommend one.
Now if Crystal were an illegal, no sweat, just walk into any ER and you get FREE full care.
Take your child to a pediatrician asap and pay cash.
Go to Health and Human Services and get resource phone numbers. There are funds readily available for the medical care of children. Your local hospital will offer good information on how to get money for medical care. Continue to pray, but most importantly, get your child to a pediatrician if she is 18 yrs. or younger.
OU Medical Center/Children’s Hospital
Now we are getting some where. I knew some one had the info or how to find it.
http://www.oica.org/ children’s advocacy for OK.
Child Care Warmline 1-888-574-5437
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