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11 Year Old Autistic Girl Crying Really Bad
Rage: She definitely needs psychological evaluation & counseling plus anger management . The reason for her anger should be evaluated, may be it is not her, it could be something bothering her in the school or home environment or a cry for help. Be patient with her & show her your love & support. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Buy & read : To independence." if he says/ signs pee-pee, poo-poo & potty, " pulls his pants up & down, walks from room to room & feels a full bladder/rectum, calmly sit him on the potty whenever he squats & 15 minutes after dinner every night for 15 minutes. Prop his feet on a little looster, knees slightly flexed, & let him blow bubbles. "signing time's " rachel & elmo ipad apps can "call" as a reward. ...Read more
Many causes: Autism is a group of brain based disorders that can result in a variety of symptoms. Some children will have aggressive tendencies as well as impulse control problems in addition to their typical symptoms of autism. Talk to your child's doctor about how best to approach this problem. Sometimes a behavior management program can be helpful as a first step. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Talk with your child's doctor. A healthy weight depends on her height. If her weight is above average, talk about healthy choices. Don't focus on the number. Some kids don't need to lose weight, just stay stable until their height catches up. Diets are not recommended for children. Good healthy nutrition and regular exercise are the best way to help her feel good. ...Read more
Reply: Infant are compulsive nose breathers, if they have mucous plugging their noses their first response will be sneezing and being fussy. Also exposure to a person with viral URI make them sneeze. Just use nasal bulb syringe and if needed Normal Saline nasal drops. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Your daughter is obese. Without her height, I cannot tell you exactly how overweight, but unless she is over six feet tall 145 pounds is way too much. You both need to do drastic changes to your lifestyle. You should never buy soda, juice, junk food or white bread. What she has available to her will set her choices. She also needs to start a routine of exercise - suggest starting with daily walk. ...Read more
Duct ectasia or: Intraductal papilloma. Needs to see a surgeon. ...Read more
A visit to the: Dentist and pediatrician i'm assuming have already been done. Good hygiene (oral and overall) are obviously paramount. With that said there is a dental rinse called smart mouth available otc that I have had patients report really helps. Make sure the brushing of the teeth and tongue is happening at least 2x/day for at lest 2 minutes each time. A tongue brush system by tung is also very good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be...: ...infected tonsils/adenoids, failure to properly clean gums, GI disturbance, metabolic imbalance, baby bottle syndrome, reaction to Meds, etc. See BOTH a Pediatrician (a kids medical specialist) and a Pedodontist (a kids dental specialist. "Bad breath" should not be ignored, may be symptomatic of potentially serious problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diet again: I suspect that this is high calorie malnutrition, i.e. Too many calories (particularly sweets, pop, caffeine etc) and insufficient vitamin content. It puts stress on vitamin b1 metabolism and it results in emotional irritability, often associated with violence. I have suggested that this is a major cause of the school shootings. Nobody has looked at diet mayhem and it needs doing. ...Read more
Chronic rhinitis: Chronic rhinitis or constant runny and sniffly nose usually is due to allergies but can also be related to sinus infections, nasal polyps or other less common conditions. If over the counter antihistamines have been tried for two weeks and the symptoms have not improved it is time to get your physician to assess your child. ...Read more
My 7 yr old acts like a 4 yr old and pretends he doesn't know how to do anything. his dad doesn't discipline. hes violent in school. pathological lyer?
Take 5: Usually, when my children are acting out, it's because I have been neglecting them, not taking the time to listen, not responding to their emotional needs, etc. When things seem to get out of control, I take a break and sit down with them and talk about what happened and how they feel and what we all can do to make it better. I also look at myself and make sure they are not learning my bad habits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not: Have him checked by his pediatrician even if the chance of finding physical problem is pretty low. ...Read more
Need diagnosis: Dizziness in children as in adults requires a specific diagnosis. There are metabolic diseases such as diabetes, thyroid disease, that need to be ruled out. Inner ear disease usually causes true spinning that may be associated with a hearing loss. Central disease (brain) needs to be ruled out. Anemia is another possibility. Therefore, see a pediatrician to get started. ...Read more
My son hes 11 year old hes very active plays football all the time but doesnt have much of an appitite hes very skinny and hate eating vegtable?
My 4 yr old autistic son constantly pushes his 10 month old sister. How can I get him to stop this?
Autism: If he is truly autistic, he will need lots of "occupational therapy" to teach him normal social skills. He should not be left alone with his baby sister but punishing him verbally will probably not help. You should seek skilled therapists in autistic children for guidance on behavioral training. ...Read more
My 4 mo old son has always been fussy, and has been throwing seeming temper tantrums. History of ear infections and physically advanced. What to do?
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