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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39369

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Hi everyone,
My toddler son Aiden has recently been diagnosed with ITP with in the last two weeks.
We have the typical story where we noticed severe & unexplained bruising on new years eve so we brought him into the Doctor a few days later and yep! You guess it, he has ITP. Platelets were down
To a 4. That night he had sudden nose bleed while sitting in the bath. So we quickly packed our bags
And headed to Children's hospital 2 hours from our home. His levels had then dropped to 3. They kept us over night for monitoring and he was diagnosed by a team of hematologists. We got a lot of our questions answered but I'm still feeling nervous. My husband and I are trying to wrap our minfs around this. I cry at night when I see his little body covered in an unbelievable amount of bruises. :(
So we started the steroids for 5 days his levels went up to 42 the week after we got out of hospital but have now dropped right back down to 10 this week. This is an awful disorder to hit a busy 19mo. Old boy, I can't possibly keep him in a bubble! Our doctor even advice we don't leave him with anyone his platelets stabilize. We are thanking God right now I stay home with him!!! So now our doctors suggested we have blood draws twice a week for two weeks and if his levels dont come up then we will be back at the children's hospital in two weeks.
Can anyone clue me in a little bit more on IVI treatments and what to expect there. We know 3 people who have actually had to have their spleen removed, when do doctors decided to do that? Whats the deciding factor there. This is all so new to us. Scared mommy.

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39373

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Hi Rachael - I'm sorry to hear that your son has ITP. The good news is that most of the time, children are acute cases and it can resolve within a few weeks or months. Sometimes a viral or bacterial illness can kick it off, or sometimes a vaccine can do it, especially the MMR. In the meantime, you deal with it as it comes and try not to worry.

Be sure to get a good pediatric hematologist. Some are educated about ITP, some are not. It can make a big difference. It's a good idea to read as much as you can. Current and credible articles are the best.

This is a new article:

pdsa.org/forum-sp-534/12-newly-diagnosed/27819-new-guidelines-for-managing-itp-in-children.html

Spleen removal is rarely considered to be necessary for ITP and is usually a choice. You have a very long way to go before considering that. They don't recommend it for children under 5 for one thing, and it is also becoming a less popular option as time goes on.

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39379

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Ohhh my goodness I'm so happy to hear that about spleen removal. We have been seen at one of the best childrens hospitals in the country, is what I've been told it's top notch. We live in Minnesota met with a team of hematologists at the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's hospital. They gave us a few treatment options. 1.) One was to do nothing and see if it would reslove on it's own. 2.) Was to put our baby on steroids (which we did) steroids worked for a week. 3.) Was to IVI treatments (which I know nothing about.) As a busy mom to a one and two year old I have limited time for research. I was told it was expensive, other then what ive heard about side effects I dont really understand the process.
What do you think we should continue to do if his levels dont go up in two weeks? We will meet with those big boss doctors again and i want to be prepared. What would you do if it was your child sandi? Thank you.

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I forgot to mention that is doctors did tell us that really no one treatment option is proven to work. The chief hemo said that with IVIG they see improvements right away but can see his levels drop over time.
We are also concerned because we planned a vacation to Vegas with one of our other best friend couples (no kids) before all this unfolded. We did not buy travel insurance (my husband messed up there) so anyway our trip is in less then 60 days. Our parents and close family keep telling us we can't leave our son now. I agree especially not knowing where his counts will be the week before we leave. So my husband was planning on buying a plane ticket and a room for my mom and our toddler son to come with if his levels are low. This is completely throwing a curve ball in our entire life! Don't get me wrong our children are our #1 priority over trips ect. I'm just feeling so insecure about this whole ITP shit storm! I have a feeling it has only just begun :-(

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39381

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Rachale - 60 days is a long way off. I know you need to plan, but things could improve by then. You never know.

I never had to make this sort of decision for my child. My daughter has an autoimmune disorder and I have helped her with treatment decisions, but she was 22 when diagnosed. I'm sure it's much harder to make those decisions for your child than it would be for yourself.

The current trend for children is to 'watch and wait'. At your son's age, I know I would have a hard time doing that, so that would be a tough decision for me. They are too rambunctious and do not understand. There are other Mom's here with young children who have done that though, so I hope they jump in.

Five days of Prednisone is way too short of a time to see any results. When adults treat with Prednisone, they are usually on it for a few months. Your son responds to it, but it's not worth using if you just do a short round. The side effects are not pleasant. IVIG is an option and it might not be a bad idea to consider it and see what happens if his counts drop and you are not comfortable waiting it out.

Children do not have as many options as adults do, but they also tend to not treat as much. Splenectomies are not recommended for children under 5 because their immune systems are not strong enough to handle the loss of the spleen. It also is not a guaranteed cure and it fails often.

You are going to have to read as much as you can and go with your gut for decisions. If you gain knowledge, you will learn to trust yourself. Life does not have to stop when ITP hits a family. You just have to learn how to work it in. If this goes on for a while, you will.

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39386

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ITP in children is often acute. Your son's ITP may soon clear up on its own. (If it doesn't, there are ways to manage and live a good, but different, family life.) In the meanwhile, of course, you do have to take it seriously and plan around it as best you can. As for the trip, a lot could happen in 60 days, but you should ask your doc before booking a ticket for your mom and son. Some ITPers have said on here that they were told not to fly. I can only assume that was because of pressure changes. With young kids, lots of things can happen to derail a trip, so get the insurance every time. It's worth it. Hope your son is back to normal in no time.
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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39401

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Thank you for all the helpful advice. We have decided today to proceed on with our 1st roun of IVIg on feb. 3rd. We are going to give it two more weeks of monitoring, in hopes it will go away. Can any of you give me some insight on what to expect for the IVIg therepy? Doctors told us they have an out pacient infusion center on site at the Children's hospital we have been going to. They said we could start IVIg that morning and will be there all day but should be safe & fine to take our little boy home when it's finnished. What am I wondering is what to expect? Are there imidiate side effects? Will he need to lay down the whole day?

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39402

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Forgot to mention our little boy's levels dropped to 6 today. :-(

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39404

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IVIG is a good rescue treatment, but its effects are not permanent; it is expensive (although that's not necessarily a consideration when your child really needs treatment); its side effects can be bad; and it should not be considered a cure. IVIG can bring on horrible headaches, severe enough my teen was readmitted for observation and a head CT after her first IVIG administration. We learned that tylenol and benadryl, given before, during, and after (with benadryl continued for an additional day after), as well as good hydration before, during, and after, was the key. After my teen's second IVIG administration, she developed a mild headache as she was being discharged, and, due to the severity of the headache after her first time, they gave her a steroid shot. (Our docs admitted her each time for IVIG.) All that said, we were very grateful for IVIG, as we knew there was a rescue treatment available in the event of a bleed or terribly low count. Good luck.
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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39407

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As Norma said, pre-meds and hydration are key and can make all the difference. Responses are different for everyone. Higher counts can last a few days or a few weeks.

I don't know if they will medicate him enough so that he will stay laying down. It all depends on how he feels too as far as side effects, although that might not hit until hours after the infusion is done. My son had IV's around that age in the hospital and played normally while attached. You'll have to just go with the flow.
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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39408

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So sorry to hear your going through this! My son was about the same age (17-18months) when treated with IVIG..It wasn't horrible..They did give him tylenol, benadryl and they kept fluids running the whole time. Honestly at this age it is nice if the benadryl knocks them out!! It is not fun trying to keep them from getting tangled in the iv's every time they move! My son was allowed to play, even go for walks (in a wagon) during treatments. He handled them very well. The next couple days, he was a little different, he wasn't as happy, playful he slept more and ate less..but he wasn't totally miserable, didn't seem to be in pain and he wasn't vomiting or anything. If he has favorite shows/movies I would def put them on a laptop tablet even a phone to try to keep him occupied. It is much easier if they are happy "sitting"...Good Luck!!
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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39423

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I honestly can't express enough, how grateful I am for this web site and all of you to provide support for me right now. It brought tears to my eyes reading your advice tonight. I am learning more and more everyday. I was able to talk to my son's hematologist yesterday for about 30mins and another nurse regarding the IVIg therapy. They did mention that they will administer tylonal and benadryl, But I had no idea to give it to him the day before and after. Along with pumping him ex hydrated. Thank you for letting me know that. We were not able to get in on the 3rd so we have his IVIg set for sure Feb. 10th.
I have a new question my mother in law asked me today and I didnt know the correct answer to it. She had asked me now that Aiden has ITP does that mean he has a weak immune system in general now? Meaning will he be more susceptible to catching other ilnesses easier now? Or is it only weak when it comes to producing more platelets and attacking the new ones?

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39424

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When I said benadryl and tylenol "before," I only meant a premedication in the minutes before the infusion started. I think my teen's premeds were within thirty minutes before starting the IV.

I forgot to mention emla cream. Ask about it before he gets his IV. That's a cream they can put on the back of the hand or other IV site (assuming toddlers can use it) and cover it with an op site bandage (the kind with the nonsticky, nonabsorbent, clear window in the center) and let it sit a few minutes until it numbs the site where the IV will be inserted.

My teen was also fine during the infusion. It was the day after the treatment that she was subdued. I think that was the headache coming on after the first treatment, and the effects of the continued benadryl after the second. (We only continued it for one full day, I think. Ask your doc.) The IVIG and the extra hydration meant several bathroom visits. She was inpatient, and connected to a heart monitor, so I quickly learned how to reattach all the leads to the clips on her chest, and helped her roll the IV pole to the bathroom and keep the tubing and leads from hitting the floor. You will learn it quickly, and all the gizmos may have improved in the six years since I had to deal with it. I would take some amusements for him, and perhaps a comfy pillow and favorite blanket. (I'm guessing he'll be in an infusion area with recliner-type chairs.) I'd also take some reading or other activity that can occupy you for the time you'll be there. Since my teen was twice admitted after a routine visit to the doc, I kept a bag with these things in the trunk of the car, as well as a change of clothes and other necessities for an unexpected overnight. You might want to pack an extra outfit for him in case he doesn't react well to the treatment or has a sick episode.

As for the immune system, I still don't get it. I came to think of it as not weak, and not overly strong, just confused. Some folks find they make many platelets during ITP, but they are destroyed too fast. Some find they have a destruction and production problem. I think it's a mixed bag type of disorder. My teen's platelets dropped in the presence of colds and other viruses, so we just tried to keep her as healthy as possible in every way possible. We all became a bit germ phobic, and tended to skip church services and other optional crowd situations during flu outbreaks. Her system seemed to attack platelets with increased furvor when it attacked the germs. Other folks here have had their counts go up during viruses. Same with antibiotics, some fall while others rise. I did shy away from any product that said it built up the immune system, like the specialty yogurts. I wasn't sure how they worked, and whether they would make the confused response an even stronger one.
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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39426

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I don't believe the immune system is weaker, most people try to avoid getting sick because it is common for platelets to drop when they get sick..but they don't get sick more often or easier. (hope I made sense there).

I agree with everything Juliannesmom mentioned. Is your son potty trained? If not this is one time you might be happy he is still in diapers ;) You won't need to worry about getting him to the potty. We were also admitted so I am not sure how it works in out patient but they did ask to keep the diaper so they could weigh it. (It is just something they keep an eye on during treatment)

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People with ITP do not have a weak or impaired immune system. You can think of it as more of a 'confused' immune system. It's doing it's job just fine, but instead of just targeting and destroying only bacteria and viruses, it targets and destroys platelets. It sees the platelets as foreign invaders and tags them for destruction. Many people with ITP also have platelet production problems. If anything, the immune system is a bit more overactive than normal when autoimmune disorders strike. Autoimmune disorders all have something in common and that is: the body turns against itself and tries to destroy certain healthy cells or tissues by producing antibodies that cause damage.

Some treatments can weaken the immune system, such as steroids and other immunosuppressants. The immune system is a very complex thing and has many components. A few days on Prednisone should not cause much immunosuppression, so I wouldn't worry about that. IVIG does not suppress the immune system.

PS. Many people have IVIG outpatient. The doctor is not being careless in your case. It's just a matter of preference and I'm sure that if they think there is any reason to keep him, they will.

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39428

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Very informative! Thanks everyone
so Im under the impression that IVIg does not hurt correct? Except for headache if that were to happen
Its so hard because he won't be able to tell me how he is feeling.
Crystsl Lee, when we were in the hospital when our son was diagnosed they did weigh his diapers. No he is not potty trained yet.

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IVIG carries risks as all treatments do. It's good to know the common side effects so you can be aware of them if they occur. IVIG also carries a small risk of transmitting certain viral ilnesses, such as Hepatitis. That is very rare.

Common side effects:


www.gammagard.com/patients-and-families/gammagard/gammagard-liquid-ivig/gammagard-liquid-iv-side-effects.html

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39437

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First, sorry to hear you are going through this with your son.

My son woke up with what I thought was a rash on Christmas morning. At the time petechia was not in my vocabulary. I took him to an urgent care place the next day where they spotted 3 small bruises on his thigh. My son is 18 months and has a 3 1/2 older brother. They play rough, and I hadn't even payed much attention to the bruises. The dr suspected Itp, and did a blood count. It was 18, and he sent us to the ER. They did a CBC and blood smear and it was 8.

We saw a pediatric hematologist in the ER. Since his blood is B+ he was a candidate for a treatment Winrho. They admitted him, and would do the treatment that night. It was extremely hard keeping an active 18 month old from keeping his head and body from being bumped.

They gave him fluids, Benadryl and Tylenol before the winrho. The nurse stayed with us while the winrho was administered. He was hooked up to monitors in case of any severe reactions. It worked out that it was done around 2AM because after being woken up for all of that, he fell back asleep til morning. That morning I asked them to unhook him from the IV because he is very active! It took 2 days to see his platelets go from 8 to 53. They decided the treatment was working, and sent us home.

A week later we went to the hematology center to be checked, and they were 455! A week later 367. We got last week "off" and went this morning and waiting to hear results.

It. Is all overwhelming! This site has been great to ease my mind. I know there are high chances he will outgrow this. With his numbers being high the past 2 weeks, I have been less anxious about his every move.

Our dr said if his platelets drop again they can do the treatment outpatient next time.

I struggle with the fact that every case is different.

I know it sucks to be up in the air with travel plans, but after the treatment his numbers might be great and the dr might say ok!

Hang in there!
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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39499

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Hi maureenriccia,
I loved hearing your personal story. It sounds very very similar to ours, especially since you also are a mother to a active toddler going through ITP. It has been very hard keeping our little guy from climbing & bumping, but as the weeks have gone by I am starting to realize I am acfepting the fact that he has ITP and there is nothing I can do about it. I try my hardest to focus on how beautiful and how precious he is and that other then having very low platelets he is a happy healthy little boy who has a zest for life. As a mom you just want to do everything to protect them. When this all started it was right after Chrismas for us and our son aiden recieved these very real looking metal trucks, bigger then hot wheels and he loved them so much we even let him sleep with one or two of them. Before my husband was convinced that the bruising was something to take seriously, we had thought he was getting bruising from sleeping with the trucks! Lol but I knew there was no way he could have that much bruising from it. I'm just so glad we took him into the doctor to have a CBC drawn. His levels were at a 3 by the time we reached the ER and were admitted over night at the children's hospital. Now it has almost been a month. His platelets last thurs. Were at a 16! Thats the highest they have been in two weeks!! We were excited to see them climb in the right direction at least. Now we have another blood draw tomorrow, hopefully even higher, but I have no clue where they will be at this week. He had maintained between a 6 & 10 the week earlier so we'll see. I will update tomorrow. We are hoping ITP will go away soon so we can cancle our IVIG infusion in two weeks, but I don't know what his body will do at this point.
Ok end novel here! Lol
Have a great week everyone :-)

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39503

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My son was also diagnosed with ITP at 18 months and we have done 3 rounds of IVIG. His counts were originally 7 and climbed each time with the IVIG. I know how scary this is when you first find out but it does get easier. Please feel free to email me with questions on the IVIG or anything, we have been dealing with this for a little while so I may be able to answer some of your questions. I know I found someone to talk to that had a child that had the same thing and it really helped. I hope all turns out well and this is an acute case. :)

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Sorry to hear about your son! Fingers crossed that he gets better before your travel plans!

My daughter is 3, diagnosed in November. She just got her first round of IVIG on 1/7. Her count was 12, and she had several bruises, and a lot of petechiae. Her Hemo admited her to the hospital, started her up on an IV for several hours. They had a hard time finding a good vain, so after 4 attempts they final got a good one in her foot.

About 30 mins before IVIG they started her on tylenol and benadryl. Honestly, I didn't read much about the IVIG before she got the treatment. I knew a little, like side affects and basic information. Now I'm more informed thanks to this site and first hand experience. Once she got the IVIG going into her vain she started screaming and crying that her foot hurt. ( now i know) IVIG does cause some pain at first, and some people advise finding the largest possible vain.
Aleena was completely fine during the treatment. Which lasted 8 hours. She stayed about another 12 hours for observation. Once we got home she was a completely different child. She started complaining about head ache. Then within 20 mins she was screaming from the pain and simply going crazy. She scared the heck out of me. She was running around almost trying to escape from the pain. How do you explain to a child that there is no escaping it? About 30 mins after the headaches started she began vomiting. I tried my best to give her tylenol, but she was barely able to keep it down. After the first vomit, she kinda passed out. I really got worried that something was wrong, but when i woke her a bit she yelled at me. So I figured she was just exhausted from no sleep at the hospital and all the vomiting she just did.
She continued vomiting pretty much all night, but the head aches did fade. Next morning she was back to her playful self.


Her counts have been good, 1 week after she was 180, this week 130. So we are seeing a decrease. Would I do it again, yes. At the end of the day we live in a world where anything could happen. I won't risk leaving my house with my child having such low counts. I feel safer knowing that she's okay for now.

Like most people said, bring something that he likes to play with, or his favorite movie. We had a tablet that kept her busy all day, games and movies. The hospital was also great, they gave her some messy paint and crayons and a few other things. Also, bring snacks and anything comforting from home.

Good luck!

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39537

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Hi Lana,
My son had a reaction to Ivig which sounds very similar to what you are describing. Its called aseptic meningitis. I would really think twice about using it again unless it is a real emergency situation because its absolutely horrible. And Ivig can lose its effectivenessin subsequent treatments too so you might want to save something that really works in case you have an emergency - bleeding not bruising.
Good luck, Ali

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 9 months ago #39541

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My son has had 2 rounds if ivig and got pretty sick both times. We now do win rho every couple of months until I decide to take his spleen or somthing else. He's had Ito for 3 years now and us 12. I am hoping your child fits the usual case of acute Ito and it gies away quickly . I will say originally I guarded my son excessively as a few nurses told me. I have come to be less guarded as times hone on and am extra cautious when he is under 10,000. Oh one more thing I'd a couple of times we've had success with an antibiotic called dapsone .

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Aleena was on a zpak for a week and her count shot up to 140. the second time we put her back on to try to get the same results and the highest count she got was 14. Aleena is O- so whinro isn't an option for us.

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with ITP!! 6 years 8 months ago #39714

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rachaellee,

I don't believe in god, but I still prey for your child and hope things get better as fast as they became worse.

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