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  1. I can totally relate to this horrible "Breathing Tic", my son who is 15 now started this tic in 7th grade. It was so scary, he could not do anything but try and breath. Every 3 to 4 second 24/7 he would gasp in for air. I would stay awake every night with him until he was so exhausted he would just pass out around 2:oo in the mornings. When he finally did pass out his breathing was so shallow that I would put my hand on his chest just to see if he was still breathing. He could not go back to school, nor concentrate on anything. I have searched high and low for someone who can relate to this ho
  2. Hello, I am posting this in hopes of finding others who have experienced severe "Breathing Tics". My son who was diagnosed in 3rd grade with TS, developed a horrible Breathing Tic in 7th grade. The tic has been debilitating to the point he is no longer in school due to the distraction of just trying to catch his breath every 3 to 4 seconds 24/7. I have not seen nor heard of anyone during my Web searches who also has TS and this extreme Tic. I would appreciate any information you can give me. Thank you.
  3. My son was diagnosed with TS in 3rd grade. I had a real hard time accepting that it was Tourettes. I never even heard of it before. I sometimes go back and think about what could have happened. I still to this day wonder if by taking him to the dentist and him doing Pulpotomy's on some of his teeth caused this since shortly after he started with a wrist jerk. I read that the teeth have nerve pulp that feeds the dopamines in the the Basil Ganglia of the brain. By taking the nerves out I wonder if it could have caused this. My son has gone through a lot of tics from wrist jerking, shoulder j
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