Make a Microloan for 4-yr old Ayden's Health!

This loan is past-due.

First Posted: September 3, 2009

Name: Ayden

Age: 4 years old

Location: Arizona, USA

Diagnosis: Autism

Loan Sought: $315 [Changed from $1,000 on 10/27/09]

Loan Needed For: Zeolites for chelation ($120) and hair analysis + consultation ($195). [Changed on 10/27/09]
Note: After posting the original loan request for $1,000, Ayden's mom contacted Lend4Health saying that she had recently learned about zeolites for detoxification of heavy metals and chemicals. She wrote, "It is safer than chelation; the only side effects could be a headache & that's only if you don't drink enough water. Zeolites are from volcanic substances and it's honeycomb structure is negatively charged & attracts all toxins, captures them, & safely carries them out of the body. I've been researching different brands. A doctor told me Ayden would need to do it for about 3 months." As such, this loan request was changed from $1,000 to $315.

Repayment Terms: 18 months ($17.50/month)

Other Notes: Ayden's mom, Stephanie, writes, "Ayden was diagnosed with autism at three years old. He's been GF/CF [gluten-free/casein-free] for 1 year. He just saw a DAN! Dr. 4 months ago. He did a 6 hr. challenge test w/ oral DMSA, and the results show that Ayden has an elevated level of lead at 19. We need to do the organic acid test, as well as a red blood cell test, ASAP so we can treat the lead safely. We also found out he's allergic to wheat and soy. Since removing the soy he started talking in complete sentences! He loves tucks, cars, buses, trains, helicopters, and planes. He is very musically inclined and likes to paint. He also loves dogs, as you can see in his photo!"

Reference Provided By: The Office of Dr. Matt Baral and Barbara B.

Ayden's Community of Lenders:

Karen F: $5 ["Cinco de Linco"]
Charlie: $5 ["Happy Cinco de Linco"]
Grandma Gini: $5 ["Happy Cinco de Linco from the Land of Lincoln"]
Petra: $5 ["Happy Cinco de Linco. Treatment IS possible, enormous progress CAN be made!!"]
Gail: $5 [Cinco de Linco]
Grandma Gini (again): $13 ["Happy Grandparents' Day on September 13!"]
Jeanne: $5 ["Happy Cinco de Linco!"]
Renee: $5 ["Cinco de Linco"]
Grandma Gini (again): $47 ["To celebrate my cousin Michael Clay's 47th birthday on Oct. 9, 2009."]
Michaela: $10
Evan & Lisa: $20
Emilee: $7 ["Love and Blessings in your recovery Ayden! Thanks for the sharing the updates and telling everyone about Zeolites! This information could really help my nephew in his recovery from autism as well!"]
Stacie R: $10 ["Here's to getting those metals out."]
Jeanne: $5 ["Happy Cinco de Linco!"]
Petra (again): $5 ["Happy Cinco de Linco!"]
Grandma Gini (again): $22 [To honor Tori's great uncle, Wilbert Welch, who was killed bailing out of his attacked plane over North Africa during World War II, a member of The Greatest Generation."]
Patricia: $30 ["Reloan from Adam - Happy Holidays!"]
Petra (again): $10 ["In honor of my mom's birthday.. Happy Cinco de Linco"]
Petra (again): $31 ["Just because..."]
Grandma Gini (again): $5 ["Happy 5th Birthday Kaya on Cinco de Linco, December 5, 2009."]
Grandma Gini (again): $10 ["Celebrating Nathan John Clay's l0th birthday Dec. 9, 2009"]
Karen F (again): $10
Petra (again): $20 ["Tis the Season!"]
Taylor: $25 ["Good luck! Let me know how he is doing."]


December 10, 2009: This loan has been funded!

December 10, 2009: Promissory note sent to Stephanie for signature.

December 11, 2009: Signed promissory note received.

December 11, 2009: Loan of $315 sent to Stephanie via check in the mail. This loan is scheduled to be repaid over 18 months, beginning on February 1, 2010. The amount of each repayment will be $17.50.

December 11, 2009: Thank you note from Stephanie: "Thank you to all the lenders who made this loan possible. We are so grateful to all of you and Lend4Health. I am so excited to address this issue of heavy metals for Ayden."

February 5, 2010: 1st repayment of $17.50 (due February 1) received, late.

March 4, 2010: Update from Stephanie:
After sending out one hair analysis waiting a month then calling the doctor, it turned out he hadn't gotten it. So, I applied for a refund on the Money Order I had gotten for it. After several weeks we did it again. Finally, last week we got the results back and am still waiting on the Dr.'s recommendations.

There is a lot going on for him [test results]:

Fast Oxidizer,
Exhaustion state of stress,
Adrenal Glandular Burn-out,
Thyroid outside optimal range,
Low Sodium/Potassium,
Sugar & carbohydrate intolerance,
Impaired protein synthesis,
Impaired digestion,
Unhealthy Parasympathic state,
Impaired Immune system,
Liver & Kidney stress,
No inflammatory tendency (yea!),
Increased cell permeability,
Metabolic trend for food allergies, insomnia & emotional sensitivity (long list on that one - I'll leave it at that),
Elevated levels of Lead, Cadmium & Aluminum
Also included were levels on minerals (I won't list here)

Wow! So much information! Can't wait to get started. I will keep you posted. So grateful for Lend4Health and the people who sponsored this loan. What a difference this process will make in Ayden's life. Thank you all so very much!

With Love,
(Ayden's mom)

March 10, 2010: 2nd repayment of $17.50 (due March 1) received, late.

May 14, 2010: 3rd repayment of $17.50 (due April 1) has been marked past-due.

May 14, 2010: 4th repayment of $17.50 (due May 1) has been marked past-due.

May 14, 2010: 5th repayment of $17.50 (due June 1) has been received, early.

July 27, 2010: 6th repayment of $17.50 (due July 1) has been marked past-due.

July 31, 2010: 7th repayment of $17.50 (due August 1) has been received, early.

December 7, 2010: 8th repayment (due September 1) has been marked past-due.

December 7, 2010: 9th repayment (due October 1) has been marked past-due.

December 7, 2010: 10th repayment (due November 1) has been marked past-due.

December 7, 2010: 11th repayment (due December 1) has been marked past-due.

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