Our three year old son, Dalton, who suffered from Dominant Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (DDEB), and constant colds and flu.
Tags: Colds; Dominant Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (DDEB); Flu; Healing, rapid; Sunlight, tolerance to; Toe;
Our three year old son, Dalton, who suffered from Dominant Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (DDEB), and constant colds and flu, has been a participant on The AIM Program since April 2006. Back then, we could only hope he could use AIM to self-heal the DDEB - we are blessed to say he seems to have done that and more.
His seemingly constant illness ceased shortly after he began The AIM Program. Now, if he does happen to come down with something, its duration is short and he always recovers well.
DDEB was of course the larger concern. His skin has toughened up remarkably over the last 15 months. After 3 months on AIM, being in the sun was no longer causing blistering, and after 6 months, both spontaneous blistering and blistering caused by trauma had stopped completely. Now he can enjoy all the activities of a normal little boy without fear of those horrid blisters. Even when he recently had a significant injury to a toe, he healed surprisingly quickly. With Dominant Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, things just don't heal quickly.
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