Jahi McMath: Tonsillectomy to Treat Bedwetting, Outrageous and Dangerous!

Bedwetting and Tonsillectomy, Jahi McMathThe tragic brain death of 13 year, Jahi McMath, the result of her tonsillectomy, to treat her bedwetting, among her other conditions as reported on CNN Health website December 18, 2013 provides an egregious and dangerous example of the misunderstanding about the disorder and its treatment.

Had Jahi been our patient, her sleep apnea, inability to concentrate, and short attention span would have been understood as the classic consequence of her bedwetting and not a cluster of symptoms requiring a tonsillectomy.

With 39 years of experience, our highly effective treatment of bedwetting would have ended Jahi’s symptoms, improved the quality of her life in a multitude of ways, and, most importunately, kept her alive, facing a new life without the burden of her bedwetting.

 The American Academy of Otolaryngology’s assertion that tonsillectomy cures bedwetting only serves to perpetuate this dangerous treatment.

It legitimatizes it, putting children like Jahi in potentially harms way.

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Jahi McMath: Tonsillectomy to Treat Bedwetting, Outrageous and Dangerous!

Bedwetting and Tonsillectomy, Jahi McMathThe tragic brain death of 13 year, Jahi McMath, the result of her tonsillectomy, to treat her bedwetting, among her other conditions as reported on CNN Health website December 18, 2013 provides an egregious and dangerous example of the misunderstanding about the disorder and its treatment.

Had Jahi been our patient, her sleep apnea, inability to concentrate, and short attention span would have been understood as the classic consequence of her bedwetting and not a cluster of symptoms requiring a tonsillectomy.

With 39 years of experience, our highly effective treatment of bedwetting would have ended Jahi’s symptoms, improved the quality of her life in a multitude of ways, and, most importunately, kept her alive, facing a new life without the burden of her bedwetting.

 The American Academy of Otolaryngology’s assertion that tonsillectomy cures bedwetting only serves to perpetuate this dangerous treatment.

It legitimatizes it, putting children like Jahi in potentially harms way.

View full CNN article   http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/17/health/california-girl-brain-dead/

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