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  1. Looking for a doctor for my son with tics who is 11. I KNOW it can be controlled with diet and sleep, but my husband does not believe me. I have stopped my son's tics 4 different times over the last 4 years when I was able to help him eat clean and get solid sleep. Looking for a doctor to confirm and do food intolerance testing if possible to show my husband proof. Also, just need a professional that has worked with this, so my husband will believe that it is true and not something that is just made up. Thank you! Anyone else having trouble convincing a spouse? Any suggestions?
  2. Does anyone have a recommendation for a good naturopath who could help me with supplement suggestions and dosing for my 4yo with transient tic disorder?
  3. Hello, I'm writing on behalf of my friend whose son 11yo has severe tourette's and ADHD. He's been on all kinds of medication, vitamins and supplements, but none of them has worked on him. The devastated mom recently heard about PANDAS, and her son's pediatrician is skeptical about it(=doesn't know much about it), so she is in a search for a doctor who can test and treat PANDAS in Wilmington NC or somewhere near around. Does anybody have a recommendation? Thank you!!!
  4. PANS/PANDAS doctor in Utah Dr. Voss 376 E 400 S, Springville, UT 84663 (801) 465-4896
  5. So over the past couple of months we worked really hard and ivig was approved for the diagnosis of autoimmune encephalitis. I had to go back up to NYU for a week inpatient, and it was the hardest thing I've EVER DONE because of how sick I am, how bad my bladder is, and how bad the ocd is. I came home expecting to get back to ivig but there is a HUGE HICCUP. I am only approved for ivig at one of the local hospitals (the main one where my mom works) but we cannot find a doctor to manage and oversee treatment and any potential side effects, even though I tolerated ivig better than any medication
  6. I am looking for a doctor (neurologist, neuropsychiatrist, psychiatrist, immunologist, etc.) in New Orleans who has experience treating PANDAS.
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    23&me

    Who knows how to decipher this stuff, medically speaking? Just wondering if I could see someone local though I've studied it and don't really see much of anything. There were a few sensitive to this medication and 23% risk for gallstones but nothing of much value. Also said risk of obesity which I find hard to believe as my entire family is too thin actually. Bizarre. Not good to hear when you've had anorexia and bulimia. Anyways, still trying to find a local PCP but none accept medicaid. There is one NP, female, who treats lyme and CFS and lupus supposedly but not sure if she'd be a
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