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sallyanna

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  1. I think the symptoms should be within the autistic spectrum but i also believe that some adhd if not all are allergy/environmentally induced? My son seems to have a low intolerance level to most foods and some environmental factors , i am researching this so please share with me your views. I have researched into my sons condition now for about 8 years and seem to be just getting there. see my other posts for further info sally
  2. Hi Shirley, My son was diagnosed at the age of 6 with ADHD and was put on Ritalin, it was only when the Ritalin calmed down the Hyperactive symptoms was i then able to see another underlying problem. I also referred to it as a touch of autism but as my son got older, the "touch" became bigger. At the age of 9 my son was diagnosed with ADHD and Aspergere's Syndrome. My son remained on the Ritalin and coped better on the Concerta but now at the age of 13 I am desperate to wean him off the Concerta. Don't get me wrong without its aid in the early years, I may never have discovered the Aspergere
  3. you know what makes me extremely frustrated is that i have researched alternative therapies for ADHD for about 8 years now and as I reach my final conclusions, i find the information was there all the time! This is so painful after so many years, when it could have been there from the beginning and yet still I haven't found a supportive Doctor to help us. All the therapies and supplements I carry out myself but I refuse to withdraw the Ritalin without professional guidance but when I try to gain their support, I am poo pooed by all the Doctors. This year I refuse to change my mind, I can'
  4. my son has adhd and aspergeres syndrome and he also takes fish oils, optimim oils and multi vitamins with high B vits and magnesium. i researched this at great length and also took him for an intolerence test that confirmed my suspiscions that he is allergic to all milk but also found that he was allergic to aspartamine (sweetners) and mildly to wheat. This is the absolute easiest way of explaining the supplements without having to do all the research! There is a definite 100% improvement but remember the fish oils take about 2 months to get in the system. I also changed the vegetable oil to o
  5. my son has adhd and aspergeres syndrome and he also takes fish oils, optimim oils and multi vitamins with high B vits and magnesium. i researched this at great length and also took him for an intolerence test that confirmed my suspiscions that he is allergic to all milk but also found that he was allergic to aspartamine (sweetners) and mildly to wheat. This is the absolute easiest way of explaining the supplements without having to do all the research! There is a definite 100% improvement but remember the fish oils take about 2 months to get in the system. I also changed the vegetable oil to o
  6. my son has adhd and aspergeres syndrome and he also takes fish oils, optimim oils and multi vitamins with high B vits and magnesium. i researched this at great length and also took him for an intolerence test that confirmed my suspiscions that he is allergic to all milk but also found that he was allergic to aspartamine (sweetners) and mildly to wheat. This is the absolute easiest way of explaining the supplements without having to do all the research! There is a definite 100% improvement but remember the fish oils take about 2 months to get in the system. I also changed the vegetable oil to
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