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So at the doctor he says pandas seem unlikely. So said maybe cough syrup or tesslon perls induced phycosis. Even said my daughter my need to stop taking cough syrup all together. She hasnt had any in 3 days. Anyway he did say he would order prozac. I was livid. Im sorry to step on anyones toes, but how do i start my daughter on the big pharma and shes only 13. Its so scary. I will be trying to do things myself. The intrusive thoughts are paralyzing to her.. also we found some mold in our bathroom and will be working on that this weekend. Thats not helping. I feel like i may need therapy when this is all done.this is scary and im trying to still focus on my newborn and my 11 year old son. Any help would be awesome!
I know that mycoP is hard to irradicate, but has anyone seen any improvements in behaviors very soon after starting treatment, or do we have to wait, wait, wait for any relief of these symptoms? She's on Doxy for mycoP and Nystatin for gut stuff. (Also some herbals for viral issues.) Being PANDAS, I'm sure there is more lurking in there, but this is what we're working on now. Just curious if anyone saw some relief from anxiety, intrusive thoughts or OCD quickly after beginning treatment. We need a little hope here!
Although my dd has no stomach upset unless she is sick, I requested a H. Pylori test and it was positive. (I requested this after reading about H.Pylori causing psychiatric issues.) Like many of you, she tends to test positive for all kinds of stuff, although is asymptomatic physically and suffers mentally. I'm guessing the H. Pylori and other gut issues are causing her autoimmune issues and food sensitivities. My questions would be - have any of you treated for H.Pylori and seen diminishment of intrusive thoughts or OCD? (She has multiple other problems, but just wondering if anyone had seen progress with H. Pylori treatment.) Should the whole family be tested? I've had IBS my whole life, and a "pre-ulcer" when I was in my 20's, but no one tested me for anything. Now I'm wondering if it was actually H. Pylori.