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  1. Thanks for all the tips. I've tried removing milk before and didn't make any difference so we continued to let him have that. But I never thought about eggs maybe I should try for a few weeks and see if it works. About a week ago my son started to have vocal tics again and the interesting part is that most of the motor tics became not much noticeable, the vocal tics have been up and down, but today is by far the worst alsmost nonstop all day long.
  2. Hi Shiela, Thanks for the prompt response. There's no allergy nor the tic history run in both me and my husband's family. The only thing I can think of is when my son was about 8or9 months old he fell from a high bed directly onto the hardwood floor facing down caused big brusies on his forehead, and the cat scan was performed at that time which showed everything ok, dun know if this has something relates to his tics. He's currently on a gluten free diet and we avoid anything that contains caffine, artificial sugar/flavor, food coloring, synthetic additives, preservatives. It is hard beca
  3. My son is 9 and was diagnosed with tic disorder when he was four or five years old. At that time, the symptoms were very mild hard to notice and only there when he got a cold and fever, the symptoms disappeared when he recovered. During that period, we saw a neurologist and was told that we should just ignore the tics and carry on the normal life. A few months ago, he ate a lot of sugar and chocolate because of Halloween. The result seemed to be a sudden outbreak of symptoms with severe vocal twitches similar to snorting many times per minute. We got panicked and immediately contacted the doct
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