Abdominal Pain

Ten to fifteen percent of school-aged children receive a diagnosis of functional abdominal pain. They are often placed on medications that treat the symptoms leave the underlying cause untouched.  The pain may or may not be related to their diets, since there are four other triggers for this condition.

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Dr. Kilbane’s approach is universal and can be used by both children and adults who have eczema. Here’s what’s included: