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  1. Hello - I have spent hours/weeks researching tics TS PANDAS and stress before coming across this site. I hope someone can tell me what to do next. My 12 year old dd has experienced a range of tics since about March. We called our neurologist (she also has a mild form of epilepsy) and he did not diagnose TS he instead said it was just "normal" tics that impact some ppl. Around the same time my dd was feeling very stressed and filled with worry so she asked me if she could talk to a professional. I complied and she went to see a counselor. After one visit her mood improved the tics seemed
  2. Hello - I have spent hours/weeks researching tics TS PANDAS and stress before coming across this site. I hope someone can tell me what to do next. My 12 year old dd has experienced a range of tics since about March. We called our neurologist (she also has a mild form of epilepsy) and he did not diagnose TS he instead said it was just "normal" tics that impact some ppl. Around the same time my dd was feeling very stressed and filled with worry so she asked me if she could talk to a professional. I complied and she went to see a counselor. After one visit her mood improved the tics seemed
  3. Hi I have a 7 year old. Last year in November, he developed some vocal tics. These eventually evolved into coprolalia. He was put on guanfacine, zolofot and risperdal. Ever since, he has been much better and the only thnig that remained were some grimaces. In an attempt to eliminate his tics and move away from these powerful drugs, we've tried a whole bunch of alternative treatements and dietary changes. - put him on a gluten free, dairy free, reduced sugar diet. - We have him on a bunch of supplements - Ca, Magnesium, Methionine,etc. - for a while, he was on a very strict, can
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