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я снова здесь в форуме. Здесь больше не былa очень долго.
я не знаю, слышали ли вы уже об этом, но Baylee заболел болезнью Кавасаки и был незадолго до рождества в больницe. Врачи долго не знали, что происходило с ним. Я скопировалa вам несколько текстов об этом из немецкого форума:

Wylee-bags Website:
A selfish request!
I am asking everyone to please pray for our son Baylee.
He was admitted to the hospital on Monday and we are still here.
Please pray for our family!
Thank you
God Bless
The Littrell Family

BSB myspace site:
For those of you who do not know or have not heard, Baylee Litrell has been in the hospital for the past few days. He will be starting a treatment this afternoon and the Littrell family asks that all Backstreet Boys fans please remember him in prayer during this trying time. Every little prayer helps and every single prayer counts! Brian and Leighanne would also like to wish you all Happy Holidays and to thank for your thoughts and prayers....

More information will follow and we will definitely keep you all updated.
Here a message - apparently - Leighanne sent out to the Wylee mailing list:
Thank you all so much for all of your prayers, you have all played a part in Baylee's recovery. Keep us in your prayers, we are almost through the storm!
We will explain everything later.
Thank you again and Merry Christmas

Wylee-bags Website:
"Our" hero Baylee.
To all of our friends and family, we would like to give you a very short version of what we have been going through for the last two weeks.
We really appreciate all of your love and support. You all don't realize how your prayers have changed our lives and how God has blessed Baylee. We are going to release this statement to let everyone know a little more about what has happened. We are deeply touched by all of you.
Merry Christmas
Leighanne , Brian and Baylee

On Saturday December 20, 2008, Baylee T W Littrell was released from Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital in Atlanta.
Before being admitted Baylee had been treated for or thought to have had; strep throat, hand, foot, mouth disease and erythema multiforme. After receiving a biopsy, blood tests, an EKG and 2 echocardiograms, Baylee was finally diagnosed with A-Typical Kawasaki Disease. We would like to stress A-Typical because Baylee did not have text book symptoms of any of the viruses they thought he had.
Kawasaki Disease causes inflammation in the coronary arteries as well as the walls of the small and medium sized arteries throughout the body. Unfortunately Baylee’s coronary arteries were effected. He received an IVIG, which is a treatment to bring down the inflammation in his coronary arteries. Baylee will be closely monitor ed for the next 6-8 weeks by a Pediatric Cardiologist to see if the treatment was effective.
We want to thank every one who prayed for us as well as all of the emails and phone calls. Your love and support means so much to our family. The Hospital Staff were absolutely amazing. They made an extremely difficult time in our lives as comfortable as possible.
We are humbled by the love and compassion that people have for our son all over the world, thank you.
Brian and Leighanne Littrell
И еще статья... я думала бы это последний, который имеется по этой теме. Я надеюсь, что Baylee скоро будет снова здоров.

Brian Littrell’s Family Nightmare

Former Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell and his wife, Leighanne, were confronted with the horror of an unknown disease, as their 6-year-old son, Baylee, broke out in a full-body rash in early December, with blisters in his throat and a 103-degree fever.

After numerous tests and three misdiagnoses, the couple asked doctors to perform an echocardiogram, which showed damage to Baylee's coronary arteries. It was determined that Baylee suffered from atypical Kawasaki disease. He's been released from Atlanta's Scottish Rite Children's Hospital after receiving treatment, and now Brian and Leighanne are reaching out to other parents. "If you feel like something is wrong, follow our instinct," says Leighanne, who talks to OK! about the fight for her son's life.

OK!: How is Baylee doing, now that he's home?

Good. He is running around in his Batman costume, feeling so much better, and his attitude is fantastic.

OK!!: When did he first get sick?

Around his birthday, Nov. 26. He felt nauseous and had diarrhea. His grandpa also noticed his lymph nodes were a little swollen. Baylee wasn't running a fever, so we let him have his party. We went to the doctor, who diagnosed him with strep throat and put him on amoxicillin.

OK!: But the symptoms didn't go away?

We spent an early Christmas with Brian's family in Kentucky. On the way back home, Baylee had a fever of 103. We took him to the doctor, and he had blisters in his throat. He was diagnosed with hand, foot and mouth disease, a viral illness that causes blisters. But he developed a rash on his body, and the doctors then thought he had erythema multiforme, a reaction to the amoxicillin. We got home, and the rash looked like a chemical burn; his eyes were swollen shut. We went straight to the emergency room

OK!: What were you thinking at this point?

Well, you're frustrated. There is no way you can believe a doctor who is telling you to go home and this will go away on its own. But Baylee had said he had been feeling these little heart murmurs – he calls them "heart sparks." So Brian and I wanted him to have an echocardiogram. The doctors rolled their eyes, like, "They're just being paranoid parents." But the results came back and showed damage to his coronary arteries, and inflammation. He was finally diagnosed with atypical Kawasaki disease.

OK!: What's next for Baylee?

We have to monitor his heart for six to eight weeks, until we know the IVIG has worked: It's the only shot to cure Kawasaki. The other day, Baylee said, "I just want to be normal, Mommy." Right now, he can't do a lot of cardiovascular activity, but he can practice his karate. He also has to stay away from people who are sick because his immune system is weak.

OK!: What advice would you give other parents?

Doctors don't know everything. They would never run an echocardiogram unless we insisted. We'd like to set up a fund for children who need extra medical testing, when insurance won't cover it. I hope our experience can help another family.

From: OK!



Да, я знала об этом. Что это за болезнь такая? Вообще первый раз про нее слышу. Прочитала к Гугле, что эта болезнь бывает чаще у детей, особенно у мальчиков. Причина тому - какие-то там вирусы. или может быть наследственная предрасположенность. Надеюсь, все теперь хорошо.

Отредактировано Девочка (2009-01-03 00:08:42)



ужас какой пусть попровляется.
из текста ничего не поняла. т.к. переводить буду долго.
может объясните в двух словах про что пишет народ???



Народ! Тысячу раз говорила! Выкладываетет текст, выкладывайте перевод или сами пишите прочитанное, еще раз увижу удалю всю тему! Даю неделю чтобы исправить тему, если через неделю перевод не появится удалю

Отредактировано *Ната* (2009-01-07 00:01:03)



Самое страшное, что от такой болензи умер 16-й сын Джона Траволты.
Синдром Кавасаки, то есть  воспаления кровеносных сосудов. Этот синдром обычно проявляется у детей в раннем возрасте, а позже может вызывать сердечные заболевания.
Держим кулачки за Бэйлика @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@



нат, german girl написала весь смысл в первом абзаце. дальше медицинские детали и просьбы брая и лиэнн помолиться за бэйлика.

если появится какая-то инфа, пишите.
пусть все наладится.



He is running around in his Batman costume, feeling so much better, and his attitude is fantastic.

Такой молодец!!!

Может это наследственное?? У Брайки ведь тоже были проблемы  сердцем??Надеюсь се обойдется!!!



Да думаю от Брая что-то передалось, ему ж операцию делали. Жалко конечно малыша.


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