Our Healing Journey-He is genetically perfect!

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So, Jaxson’s neurologist literally just called me about 30 minutes ago to inform me that the spine MRI came back normal, for the exception of the cervical part of the spine which revealed the same enhancements as the brain MRI done in November; because the spinal cord and brain stem are all connected, specifically to this part of the spine (cervical/neck) as per my understanding, this makes absolute sense. I may not be remembering all the details correctly but the bottom line is that the spine MRI was normal.

The neurologist would like to see Jaxson in one month and may request another brain MRI to see if there are any changes, including the resolution of these cranial nerve enhancements. He mentioned that the new MRI may show no more enhancements as these enhancements could have possibly been the result of his body fighting something at the time and not indicative of any disease or anything alarming.

Jaxson has gone to an innumerous amount of specialists the past 1.5 months and has had a remarkable amount of blood work done, including all the genetic testing I previously mentioned, which in the back of my head I was so afraid about. I’m not sure why I was so afraid as I am a huge proponent of epigenetics (have read a couple of Dr. Bruce Lipton’s books on this). Nevertheless, all genetic/blood work came back normal Thank God! Jaxson is genetically perfect!!!

All this new information however, brings me back to my battle with Gentamicin. To be honest, I have not researched Gentamicin extensively and I’ve only come to know about the evils of this antibiotic. I will be fair though and will look up the “pros” of this crazy antibiotic that hospitals love to administer, and which is known to cause sensorineural hearing loss and imbalance, etc., by affecting the 8th cranial nerve/vestibulocochlear system. Mind you, the main enhancements that Jaxson’ s MRI revealed, were to the 7th and 8th cranial nerves which not surprisingly are side by side and which share information to the best of my knowledge; hence if one nerve is affected I’m pretty sure it could impact the other one as well.

Finally, in the span of the past 1.5 months, one of the specialists Jaxson saw was the neurotologist which I mentioned we would be seeing in my previous post, and who seemed surprised and was not happy about the fact that Jaxson had been given Gentamicin as a newborn. The neurotologist did some preliminary testing, including spinning Jaxson in a chair, which did reveal that his vestibular system is compromised which we already know is the main contributor to his lack of sustained balance. Anyway, the neurotologist suspects the issue may be an imbalance of the inner-ear fluid which he will determine through a three hour long test where Jaxson will be given some glycerin. I need to find out the exact details of what this testing entails and what our next options are if this is in fact the issue.

Thank you so much for caring about Jaxson and sending your positive thoughts our way. We will get to the bottom of it and Jaxson is doing great. Getting smarter, stronger, and bigger by the day.

Wishing you all an Amazing New Year!!!

Much Love, Belmax

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3 thoughts on “Our Healing Journey-He is genetically perfect!

  1. Hi Belmax, my name is Christiane and i am a student. I just see on news your story and i want you to be always strong for Jaxson. I do not know where you live now but i suggest you to look for one of these man of GOD that i knew Benny Hinn Chris Yakilome and any powerful evangelic church. JESUS is the only doctor i know and it is free to get heal by Him. Whatever the illness is believe me. GOD bless you Belmax.

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