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  1. I had read in another post somewhere that people have success, never come back to talk about it. I would like to share my story... My son started with a head tic in March of 2015. He had it multiple times a day, every day, with no breaks. This continued until October of 2015, when he began with a vocal tic that sounded like a grunt. Now he had both motor and vocal. This noise was also continuous. The doctor told me to try a probiotic called VSL #3 and counseling (we had lost 3 close relatives in the span of 3 months). By December, it was very tiring to watch, as he would have so many head tic
  2. Thank you for the advice, Ms. DeMare! Your post made me feel better. I did notice that he only makes a grunting sound consistently (multiple times per hour). My husband and I also notice that the blinking and head nod only occur when he is watching tv or exposed to bright, flashing lights such as headlights going down the road and flashing Christmas lights. We are going to try a 3-week tv elimination next week to see if that helps. I have tried to give him the Natural Calm at a lower dose and will start the VSL#3 after I pick it up today. How often do you need to give the epsom salts baths?
  3. Hi all. I am so happy that I have found this forum. I have been looking for a support group and they are few and far between. I am the mom of a 7 year old boy. He is very smart and does wonderfully in school. Last January and February, he had his first experience with loss. He lost two of his great-grandmothers within 3 weeks. He was very close with both. He talked about it some, but not a ton. I feel he just couldn't process it as he is so young. At the end of March, he really needed a hair cut! He would flip his hair out of his face with, what I can only describe as a "Justin Beiber" move.
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