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  1. Sounds like possible allergies to me especially if he is complaning of tummy trouble . If your son is craving foods like bread and chips I would most likely think it is casein or gluten or both. A friend of mine sent me the following theory by email, "My friend's theory: Casomorphins from the digestion of casein and gliadinomorphine or the gluten exorphin from gluten break down into nearly identical peptides. They are very difficult to digest and when incompletely digested, they interact with the opioid receptors. The opioid receptor is meant to react to its natural ligands such as
  2. Thank you all for your replies. The tics are still better. I have not noticed his new tics in a couple weeks. We have been treating specific strep and brain antibodies over the last couple weeks with NAET. Strep Viridens antibody, M12 peptide antibody, streptolysin O antibody, Myelin Basic Protein antibody have all been treated. We still have Deoxyribonuclease Antibody and Hyaluronidase antibody to treat. I don't know if these are making a difference. Dylan's new tics are so infrequent that they are hard to notice unless you really watch for them. Maybe they are gone again? I hope
  3. My son Dylan has what I believe to be PANDAS although this is not a medically confirmed diagnosis. We have seen great improvement using alternative treatments to try and attack his allergies and strep issues. One thing that is remaining that is causing some trouble in school is his handwriting issues. His handwriting is so hard to read and I don't know what to do. I never thought this was associated with his tics or ocd untill we tried a Naet treatment on strep antibodies and he seamed like a new boy for almost a month. While he is still 90%-95% improved his handwriting has once again det
  4. I am in no way an expert on Biomeridian but this is what I do know. Biomeridian is a computerized diagnostic tool used by many different practitioners. My NAET doctor uses the allergy point to help identify allergens much more quickly than with muscle testing; the results however have been the same. In my opinion the machine is a better constant than a muscle test because strength or fatiuge are not a factor. My niece has just started to have tics so her mother had the bloodwork done for look for casein, egg, and gluten allergies. The bloodwork showed she was allergic to eggs a
  5. A while back I took my son so another NAET practitioner in our area for a consultation because I had heard he was the leading NAET practitioner in our area. He is a little further away than our normal dr. but he is on the NAET web page and keeps himself current on all advanced training with them. I have a friend who was seeing him and he loves to say he has one of the largest vial collections of any practitioner he knows. I wanted to see if he had anything my dr. didn't. I took him an article on Pandas from this web page,"OCD and Differentiation between Non-Autoimmune OCD and the Autoimmun
  6. Dylan has been back in school now for almost a month. I have not seen any increase in the new slight tick he is doing with his hand or any emergence of new ones. His stress is up slightly from the summer but overall he is 90% better than before we stated NAET. I still feel however that there is something I have missed because he still fidgets a lot more than my girls do and has this new mild tic. I was just comparing treatments I have done with items he still has on his list of sensitivities. I feel like I have been so stupid because so many of you have asked if I had him on any special
  7. I saw my naet Dr. yesterday and he said the strep antibody vial he has is not a naet vial. He said he also does a technique called JMT. He bought the vial at a JMT seminar years ago. The time he used this vial on my son was the only time he has used it for NAET. He said in a JMT treatment it is used to strenthen a weak immune system. He said he would check for me to see if he can find a resource for new vials. I'll let you know what he finds out. Dylan's Mom
  8. One idea would be to call the Naet doctor's office on the list closest to you and ask if they could refer you to someone closer. My doctor said he took the classes with two other chiropractor friends. A lot of docs who have been trained are not on the NAET web page because they haven't paid to keep their name there. Best of luck.
  9. Update August 27. 2007 Dylan it still doing well. However after about a month of being completely tic free I noticed a new very small tic he is doing with his arm where he pounds his fist lightly up and down on the table. While this new tic is no where near the intensity of his old tics it lets me know the problem is not totally gone. We have bee on Summer break and are headed back to school this week I am currious to see if the increased stress of being back in school will bring greater intensity to this new tic or possibly see the new ones emerge. Overall he is still doing much bette
  10. It is much harder to say if he is cleared form these other issues because they are not as visible as the tics were. I have noticed major improvements in his behavior though. He used to hate math home work and he would cry through it every night. Since we did the strep antibody treatment he has not complained once about his homework and is getting it done in 5-10 minutes as opposed to an hour a night. He has also been making math tests up on the computer and playing school with his younger sisters (totally out of the ordinary behavior for him). His handwriting has also improved dramaticall
  11. I'm not sure if accupuncture and accupressure work the same for this treatment. I know from the NAET websight she does train Accupuncturists to do this. You do not take anything by mouth you hold the energy vial in your hand durring the treatment. One side note I would not expect to find a doctor of NAET who has much experience treating tic dissorders. Nambudripad has a book on Autism and one on ADHD. I have not read them yet. The NAET guidebook has a list called the Autism Kit I have got a lot of good ideas from that list. This was my doctors first time using strep or its antibodies
  12. I know I can not do this answer justice but I will try. This is the answer in simple terms. It made much more sense to me after reading the book. It sounded a little crazy to me at first as this was my first step outside western medicine. It seams to produce results however. My doctors office is packed and it is all referal business for which he has no incentives. The basis behind NAET is that the body has 12 energy pathways or meridians. If one or more of these pathways gets blocked energy cannot flow freely and a backup will occur causing illness. Every item around us has an energ
  13. I am in no way an expert just a mother with a similar child. In my research there is no one thing that is a magic cure for all children with tics. Each child is different each has a different medical background. I believe in reading posts from several people with tics that most have some kind of sensitivity to either food, chemicals, past illnesses, or immunizations. This common thread led me to look at allergies as a possible cause for my sons problem. I read DS Nambudripad's, "Say Good-bye to Illness" This book explained how to identify your own sensitivities since each person is diffe
  14. I haven't had a name for my son's condition. When he was two years old he had his first strep and while we were treating it he had an allergic reaction to the pennicillin so we stopped the dose before it was done. I don't know exactly when his tics started but I remenber them being very mild when he was very young I can't say for sure they weren't present before the strep but like I said he was only two. His tics started mild with blinking and mouth opening. About the time he started kindergarten his tics got noticably worse. (I now think maybe this was because he got his Kindergarten sh
  15. Believe me I know how exhausting this is I hope this treatment can be useful for many people dealing with this condition. Yes the strep and strep antibodies were in vials. I have no idea how the doctor got these vials but luckily he had them. If you have the book, "The NAET guide book the companion to "Say Good-bye to Illness"" There is a list on page 34 of the book called the NAET Autism kit 8. This list has all the vaccinnations as well as parts of the brain and some other items on it. My son had several blockages of items on this list including the two vaccinations I listed earlie
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