Streptococcal infection in an infant

Patient: 9 mth old boy

Complaint: After birth, he developed a streptococcal infection which was treated with medication. His development was slow and he moved very little. He had difficulty breathing, passed green stool, his gaze was fixed and his eyes prominent. He woke up every two hours.
After a sixfold vaccination at the age of three months Raphael developed obstructive bronchitis which was treated with cortisone inhalation.

NIS Treatment Findings: I treated him twice via his mother using the surrogate test. It was astounding!

Following treatment Raphael’s facial expression and gestures started changing. He was much more lively, his movements more awake. He gesticulated and babbled away to himself. He smiled. His eyes started moving in a more animated way. Two days later he started to crawl.

10 days after treatment his mother called me and said that everything was fine. He did not need the cortisone any more and he was no longer stertorous.

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Neurolink Summary
Chronicity demands in depth answers and the brain is as deep as one needs to go to find the solution. A wonderful example of “drilling down” through the NIS system.

What is Streptococcus?
Streptococcal infections is a general term which is used to refer to any sort of infection caused by a type of bacteria known as streptococcal. Infections that are caused by the streptococcal bacteria can range from being mild, such as a sore throat, to life threatening, such as necrotizing fasciitis.

Submitted by: Katja Bäumer, Health Practitioner
Stuttgart, Germany