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  1. Thank you so much Sheila! Your words are very comforting. I have asked her pediatrician for bloodwork to test for common food and environmental allergens. My question though is if it is indeed an environmental allergen and we cannot avoid it, what should we do? Will her immune system eventually grow out of that allergen and hence the tics will be gone? I've read through the forums and we are trying epsom salt baths every other day, adding an extra probiotic to her milk, limiting her sugar + processed food intake, and adding some magnesium supplements. We try to limit screen time but
  2. Hi there, I'm new here. My daughter is 7 (almost 8) she started developing some weird arm flapping movements along with jumps, this is happening all day and it worries me so much. I realized it could be a tic since the year previous when she was 6, she had an eye blinking tic. Her pediatrician is referring us to a neurologist who stated she may have complex motor tics during their consult. We are currently waiting for the neuro to schedule an appointment. It is so worrisome, I've had constant bouts of crying everyday. I am hoping that she will just grow out of of it or it decreases to onl
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