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  1. **Approved by Forum Admin** Parents and Carers Needed to Participate in Research Study! Do you have a child aged between 5 and 12 years with a PANS/ PANDAS diagnosis and currently live in either Australia, UK, USA, Canada, Ireland or New Zealand? Researchers at the University of Newcastle, Australia, are researching the impact that PANS/ PANDAS flares has on a child’s participation in daily life activities. If you are interested in finding out more or participating, please click on the following link: https://is.gd/PANS_Study. We encourage you to invite other families you know, who
  2. Hi All, I am new to this forum and have 3 children diagnosed with PANDAS/PANS-- DS15, DD10, and newly diagnosed DD6. Of the three, only DD10 has seen improvement with antibiotics. DS15 has been struggling since Jan. 2012, head and neck tics are indescribable, panic attacks, and OCD. Makes going to school very challenging. DD6 was diagnosed this past year, and we thought we were managing tics with antibiotics, as they were subtle and infrequent. She has ongoing severe separation anxiety. A few weeks ago, however, she too developed awful head and neck rolling tics. We see a direct correl
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