A member asked about a 29-year-old female:
My son diagnosed with wnv in august. (positive igg /postive igm). he is still not well. should he be seeing an infectious disease dr or just primary?
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Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 50 years experience
You certainly have: the right to request referral to a pediatric infectious disease specialist. Tell his pediatric about the current impact of your son's illness on academics, behavior, peer interaction, sleep, appetite & activity level. Explain that you'd feel more comfortable having a consult, even if nothing more can be done. With a pedes I.D. report, you can get modifications in schoolwork, called a Section 504.
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Last updated Oct 15, 2014
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