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  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to come back and give such a detailed account of what’s helped you and all your family. It’s great to hear a success story! I’m starting to suspect histamine is playing more of a role in my daughters tics and possibly ties together a lot of the individual areas I’ve been looking at. Your post gives me lots to go after. Xx
  2. Sunflower78, Just wanted to let you know you’re not alone. I’m a mum in the uk to a 9 year old who’s been ticcing since she was 5. They do wax and wane like everyone says but I can hand on heart say that we saw the least amount of tics once we removed certain things from her diet (mainly gluten but also eggs and refined sugar) so I do think the answer in helping our kids lies within identifying triggers. She’s not 100% tic free (and I don’t think she ever will be) but I’ll take a reduction any day.
  3. Thanks for the update mert. It is good to be able to follow someone’s Tic journey after some time has passed. I hope the measures you’ve put in place help with her tics. I can see with my own daughter that her emotions play a role in her tics so I’m trying my best to remain calm when I see a new one surface.
  4. I’m afraid I don’t have any experience with serrapeptase but didn’t want your post to go unanswered. we did us a bazooka on our daughter (TS) a couple of years ago and didn’t notice any increase in her tics (if that’s what you’re asking?) but to be fair, at that time we weren’t alive to the fact that she may have reacted to any chemicals so it’s not something we were looking for either. sorry I can’t be more help.
  5. Hi Lenny, Looking at your post it sounds similar to one I have done. We have also removed gluten from our daughters diet and noticed an improvement but have found ourselves considering specific testing to get a clearer picture of what we potentially need to avoid. I'm afraid I don't have any advice to give right now as I'm still trying to narrow down the options on testing but once we do go ahead with it I'd be happy to come back here to let you know where we got to. There may be some differences as it sounds like you're in the States and I'm in the UK but I'm sure there'll be some c
  6. Hi Sheila, thank you for your note. I have replied back this evening and have also downloaded your latest book on tic triggers which I'm confident will also give me some good ideas!
  7. Hi Misy_15, I can see you posted this some time back so may never see this but I'm from the UK too. I hope your son is doing ok? I was wondering if you had any luck in finding someone to interpret the test results? many thanks
  8. Firstly, as a new member I just wanted to say 'hi' and to express how comforting it is to: a) have an avenue of treatment that I can explore and act upon rather than listening to Dr's suggest that there is no known reason for tics and to just ignore them b) know that I'm not the only parent out there dealing with this. I'm a mum to a nearly 9 year old daughter who has displayed basic tics for the past 5 years. Like everyone else they have waxed and waned but are pretty much always there in some form (both vocal and motor). When I started researching possible treatments, Sheila R
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