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  1. Thanks so much for the offer of help. I hadn't thought of mold and our old house had mold in their rooms (we moved 2 months ago). If you could send me the links to that information I would so appreciate it. My younger daughter had been test d for Lyme but it was negative. She had a condition that included low fevers, stomach pain, headaches, light sensitivity, and pain in her legs, so much so that she couldn't walk for over 14 months. Every 6 weeks or so something else would go wrong and it was truly awful. Especially because no one could/would help her. They just said it's not_____, and t
  2. #1 Teen:incapacitating tics and issues: post #1 GloryMom Newbie Members Pip 2 posts 0 warning points Posted Today, 03:36 PM Hi All, I'm new here and I'm wondering if anyone else has come across these types of tics, and could it be related to PANDAS/PANS? I guess I'll give the rundown of our situation for background. My daughter started having tics at age 12. They started after she was really sick (sore throat, headache etc)for a week, but she was negative for strep. Our other daughter was sick in hospital(hindsight possible pandas/pain processing disorder) and I didn't do a g
  3. Thanks for your reply. When I mentioned that she was negative for strep, it was just that illness, and yes it was a throat swab. Her father took her in as I was at the hospital with her sister for a week. They had both had strep a few times the year before. My 15yo has had various bloodwork panels done, but I don't believe they do the Cunningham panel in our province(Alberta). The pediatrician said that he would treat her younger sister (although she's generally healthy now) as in his opinion her history seemed to indicate pans/pandas, but refused to treat my 15yo. The psychiatrist has argue
  4. Hi All, I'm new here and I'm wondering if anyone else has come across these types of tics, and could it be related to PANDAS/PANS? I guess I'll give the rundown of our situation for background. My daughter started having tics at age 12. They started after she was really sick (sore throat, headache etc)for a week, but she was negative for strep. Our other daughter was sick in hospital(hindsight possible pandas/pain processing disorder) and I didn't do a good job of paying attention to other daughter. She spent a lot of time in her room and we noticed her doing things but we thought it wa
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