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#1 of 2 Old 09-21-2012, 03:17 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My good friend's little girl (age 4) has recently undergone 4 surgeries under general anesthesia and 1 procedure under sedation for a broken arm.  I'm looking for some good ideas to support this little girl in her arm healing (her body seems to be freaking out a bit and over-reacting with swelling which led to the most recent surgeries) and also overall body detox from all the anesthesia.  Anyone have suggestions?

 

I should add that 3 of these surgeries have been in the past 5 days, so there has really been little time for her body to recover between them.


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Bumping..

 

Anyone have any ideas?  I suggested detox tea and kombucha.  Any other ideas for things that would help clear the anesthesia?


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