Iodine Patch Test - Cherry Angioma
On the Iodine Patch Test page you mention you're iodine deficient if the color COMPLETELY disappears... does that mean the skin would look as if nothing were put on it?
I put a patch on my 14 month old's skin before bed. In the morning I thought it had disappeared, but when I looked closer I saw it was still barely there. It remained the same for the next 24 hours.
Since it didn't COMPLETELY disappear, I tend to think she's not iodine deficient, but I don't want to rule it out if there's wiggle room on your definition of "completely".
My daughter's back story: A hemangioma started growing on her eye shortly after birth, and she's been on Propranolol for months. A few weeks ago, a cherry angioma appeared on her face and is growing in size and height.
Thanks for any advice/thoughts/help!
From what you describe, it appears that she may be fine for the amount of iodine in her system.
I did a quick search for the side affects of Propranol and you might want to take a look at the site called Kids Health.
Have you considered there may be toxins causing the cherry angiona issue? These toxins could have been passed by you or the medication itself may be an issue.
Usually, its bromine in the flour products which builds up in the system.
I just added a page about Adya Clarity which you might want to consider as a natural type of detoxification for you and your daughter. Here is the page: Full Body Detox
Let me know how it works out for you.