"Hello, my name is Uriel and I'm 16 years old
. On June 19, 2017, I went to the hospital to find out what caused some of the symptoms I had felt during the week (dizziness, dark urine, and the last symptom was a bruise on my neck), I ended up doing several tests but got no diagnosis. Then, another symptom appeared that were purple spots on my skin called petechiae, and with this a complete blood count was made, which confirmed that I had only 4,000 platelets
On seeing this, my doctor ordered a tomography of the spleen and liver, where he confirmed the change in both (which justified the change in urine) and my first diagnosis given by doctors was suspected of Mononucleosis. Then my hematologist decided to do a bone marrow examination to find out if it was not leukemia, and in that examination came the final diagnosis which is ITP (Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura). And then I started the treatment with corticoids, but it did not give any result (on the contrary, it ended up only damaging my body making me gain weight). As the corticosteroid was not working, my doctor started giving me high doses of immunoglobulin, which gave a minimum result raising my platelets to 13,000 platelets, but as soon as the treatment with Immunoglobulin stopped, the count dropped again to 8,000 and then 6,000.
With that, I was discharged to continue trying corticosteroids at home and on my first return appointment after 1 week, found out that I had only 2,000 platelets and I ended up returning to the hospital and being admitted again
Then I was sent to a bigger hospital to have my spleen removed, but the doctors there agreed that I should expect to complete 4 months of illness to remove the spleen and I was treated with solumedrol and ended up returning home. After a few days at home, I had a small hemorrhage in the kidneys and went back to the hospital to contain this hemorrhage. I ended up taking 48 bags of platelets. Then, my mother requested my transfer to Curitiba (my hometown) where there is more structure and knowledge.
There I did several tests that I had not done yet and repeated some that I had already done, I had another hemorrhage that was contained with more solumedrol. Then, based on the tests' results the doctors prescribed the drug Revolade.
I used it for about 2 months and reached the result of 11 thousand platelets that ended up falling to 9 thousand, then to 7 thousand and so it oscillated, and my parents no longer knowing what to do, ended up discovering the Protocol of Dr. Cícero Coimbra with the vitamin D treatment. Through the internet we easily found a means of communication and we made an appointment with Dr. Renato Slomka, who ended up bringing me back to life.
I had my appointment, followed everything he told me and in my first return the result was 29 thousand platelets, the next was 51 thousand and after 2 weeks I reached 155 thousand.
Today, January 18, 2018, I find myself with 260,000 platelets
, really very happy, returning to my activities, my work, my own daily life. I will be eternally grateful to Dr. Renato Slomka, Dr. Cícero Coimbra and for this protocol. Today I can say that I'm healed from this disease and that I have overcome the most difficult phase of my life."
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