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  1. I feel the same as you. My daughter is 9 and I like you just can’t stomach to see the tics. It’s really hard to accept. I can’t handle anything , can’t eat or function properly. My husband is stronger than me and holding down the fort here. For now, here’s what I’m doing even though it’s killing me...I’m taking her to the neurologist who saw her a few years ago and who told me to come back in a few years were if tics were still there. He will send us to the Tourette’s dept in the hospital. I’ve been dreading going there for the last 3 years. I’ve been lucky to meet another mom of a 15 yr old w
  2. Hi . Your story is amazing and inspiring. The desperation we feel as parents is so hard. BUT your story gave me hope. I find it so hard to change the diet. I want to do it but don’t know how. Where do you start? What do you give your son for snacks at school? How do you make sure he doesn’t it the “junk” when at birthdays or events? Also can you please guide me to where younger your essential oils? I really want to try but there is so much online, don’t know what is quality or not? again thank you so much and I hope your child is still doing great:) all the best
  3. Hi Iwei66, somehow I just saw this post from 2 years ago. It’s been almost 3 years since tics began for my daughter. Tics are still there waxing and waning. We went through a 6 months period with barely any noticeable tics and I actually thought that was the end of the road. But this past June, about 8 different tics showed up and still going. i haven’t really given the nutrition or vitamins a fair chance probably because I’ve personally met a few parents who’s kids have TS and they told that in time (their kids are in late teens now) the tics have greatly diminished if not stopped a
  4. Hi Kim B. I'm sort of I the same boat as you were 6 years ago. Not sure if you'll see this post but I guess i'm that worried anxious mom now.. Was wondering how your daughter continued after your post... Thank you
  5. Hi, I've been reading the posts on this forum for a while but this is my first time posting. My daughter had an abrupt onset of tics Sep 29, 2016. Multiple tics showed up at once. The most visible was one that I haven't seen on the many lists of typical tics I've read. She would tap her face many times repeatedly. Over the last 10 months we've seen many tics at the same time; sniffing, shoulder shrugging, pulling clothes, lip licking, lip pinching, tongue side to side and more. After googling the first few weeks, I was convinced she was classic PANDAS. I found an immunologist who ran pet
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