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  1. Dear Chemar: Many thanks for your reply. You mention that your son had a bout of swearing tics when he was 10. Could you please let me know if these tics went away? We are very concerned that his mumbling tic will change into something else. We don't have any genetic history and our son has no other sensitivities, which makes it so hard to understand why we are dealing with this sudden onset. Your input means a lot to us since we are so distraught right now and afraid of the things that might come.
  2. Our 9 year old son has dealt with tics since he was 6 years old. So far they have been minor, barely noticeable and at times completely gone. Within the last 4 weeks, he started to mumble and upon closer questioning he said that it was swear words. He is extremely healthy, has been on abx maybe twice in his life, has always eaten organic (has never been to McDonald's) and is rarely sick. He has not shown any signs of ADHS or OCD. He has a large group of friends and has always been well-rounded and well-mannered. No allergies. My question is: Have any of you experienced waxing and waning of vocal tics with swearing? Simultaneously, he also has a walk tic that makes him stop and go. It is almost impossibly for him to simply walk. We are heartbroken. We have lined up appointments with a therapist, psychiatrist and neurologist, but they are still weeks away. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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