Please help with diagnosis, lost at what to do next!

Giti

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A friend of mine's daughter has been to multiple doctors and top specialists already. All sorts. They have diagnosed her with celiac and gluten allergy, however, her neck twitching does not go away. They say it is nervous. That is all. Nervous. Her neck is bent and twitches like stroke patients. It honestly look scary. She has stopped going to school as it looks really bad & she is very embarrassed by it. It is basically debilitating. She is in perfect overall health, weight etc. She is only 15, a gorgeous kind old soul of a girl! Can someone help us out here? I told her mom to get her tested for parasitic infections, mold, heavy metals etc. Anyone has any suggestions?

Thanks in advance,

Giti

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Cary2

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The Minor Grand Trine, Jupiter/Mc/Neptune, suggests a mystery illness, but it is quite hopeful.

In every case of immune deficiency disease, I think it is wise to suspect leaky gut syndrome. One of the experts on this is Dr. Steven Gundry, but you will find several experts offering advice on leaky gut and immune deficiency online.

Certain combinations of dysfunctions can lead to an intestinal lining that allows waste particles to enter the bloodstream as if they were nutrients. It is the lining's job to block waste and toxins but to allow nutrients (like short-chain fatty acids) to pass. When waste and toxins leak through, the immune system goes wild and may exhaust itself or over-react. This can lead to many various types of immune deficiency diseases, like allergy and celiac. It is believed that rheumatoid arthritis is caused this way. RA is the immune system attacking cartilage and joint lining because the immune system is freaking out. It is easy to become distracted by the particular symptoms without suspecting that it is just another reaction to leaky gut syndrome.
 

aquarius7000

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A friend of mine's daughter has been to multiple doctors and top specialists already. All sorts. They have diagnosed her with celiac and gluten allergy, however, her neck twitching does not go away. They say it is nervous. That is all. Nervous. Her neck is bent and twitches like stroke patients. It honestly look scary. She has stopped going to school as it looks really bad & she is very embarrassed by it. It is basically debilitating. She is in perfect overall health, weight etc. She is only 15, a gorgeous kind old soul of a girl! Can someone help us out here? I told her mom to get her tested for parasitic infections, mold, heavy metals etc. Anyone has any suggestions?

Hi,

Has she had her liver and kidneys checked? Her Asc. ruler is in the 8th house square her Sun, and the Moon too is in the 8th house, weak in Sco.
 

Frisiangal

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Hi,
Going out on a limb here.

You do not say how long the twitch in the neck has been going on.

In medical astrology, there is no argument that the neck area is ruled by Taurus.
Twitches, uncontrolled movement, etc. is said to be ruled by Uranus, said to be the planet of sudden and unexpected yet necessary change towards independence in life.

Uranus first entered Taurus in May 2018, after completing its sojourn in Aries where, since March 2017, it had positively aspected the Pluto-Venus-Mercury stellium in Sagittarius, yet was in conflict with Saturn 3 times. Could this have coincided with the hormone changes in her body through approaching puberty, which she may not have understood and was not adequately explained to her as a natural growing process into womanhood? OR, did she understand it too well and Saturn authority curb its possible effects?

Once into Taurus .... a physical sign.... for good, the planet of change made a 'passive' aspect to itself, the independence of thought in puberty that every teenager goes through. Its next aspect was to Mars in May 2020. Mars in a (young) female chart often represents the power of attraction of/to the opposite sex versus the assertiveness of one's own strength of will. Could a situation have arisen through which the outcome affected her in such a way that it ultimated in the nervous twitch? An excuse rather than real reason for not wanting to go to school???? There is a difference between the meaning of a nod and a shake of the head, after all.

The planet of independent change is going to aspect her Mars yet again. Hopefully this will see a strength of will return and be regained in herself, so that she can enjoy the teenage years as every young adult should.

Out of interest has she grown up in a non-biological father/stepfather family setting?
 
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