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Mar 14, 2019
Since the end of 2017, Hudson has been struggling with something akin to PANS: Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome. His primary symptoms include extreme anxiety, extreme food restriction, inability to function in school, and some OCD. Recently, we discovered the Cunningham Panel showed borderline antibody activity in the brain, but given his symptoms, he likely does have PANS. He has significant infections with Babesia, Bartonella and Ehrlichia. These are all tick borne infections that he probably got from a tick bite that we never discovered, up to as far away as 2 years ago. Searching for the root of the PANS symptoms, help direct us to looking for infections that also cause neuro psychiatric symptoms. We have now eradicated all the tick-borne infections but Hudson continues to struggle with debilitating anxiety. We would like for you to be able to follow his treatment and progress here. Thank you for your support.