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Dr. Muhammad Khan
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Aggressive Child (Overview)

Aggressive child is a symptom in which a child acts or speaks aggressively towards other people, animals, or toys and objects. Examples of aggressive behavior include pushing, biting, hitting, etc... Proper discipline and parenting habits can help a child handle his emotions in non-aggressive ways


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What are the tests for aggressive child?

What are the tests for aggressive child?

Depends: First a history and physical looking for clues as to why this might be happening. Sometimes questionnaires can be helpful. If there is concern that there is a physical cause then appropriate labs will be ordered. Further evaluation by a psychologist or psychiatrist may be needed if there is concern for add/adhd, autism, etc. There are so many causes that it begins with a history and physical. ...Read more

Dr. Muhammad Khan
14 Doctors shared insights

Aggressive Child (Overview)

Aggressive child is a symptom in which a child acts or speaks aggressively towards other people, animals, or toys and objects. Examples of aggressive behavior include pushing, biting, hitting, etc... Proper discipline and parenting habits can help a child handle his emotions in non-aggressive ways


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What sort of problem is an aggressive child?

What sort of problem is an aggressive child?

Could Be...: An aggressive child may have difficulty learning that there are life rules to follow in order to function in a society. Thus they may get into trouble with the rules-makers. ...Read more

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Aggressive child (Tip)

Teach your child to appreciate, thankful & grateful for what they have. Some children have nothing. ...See more

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Breastfeeding Your Child (Checklist)

Try to eat organic, especially lots of fruits and veggies
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Can you tell me of any good behavior plans for an aggressive child with ts?

Can you tell me of any good behavior plans for an aggressive child with ts?

ADHD & anxiety: Disorders, often OCD-type, usually co-exist with the chronic motor & vocal tics. They must be diagnosed to develop effective medical, therapeutic & educational treatments. A Neurodevelopmental Exam defines deficits in attention, executive functions, & learning. See a Child Psychologist for Parent Behavior Management Training + Cognitive-Behavioral & Social Skills Therapies for a school-age child. ...Read more

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I am an aggressive child. Is this a symptom for a particular condition or disease?

Not necessarily.: Do you seek dominance? Do you like to self advance at the expense of others? Do you distain the truth or at war with it? Can you exercise control/impulses? Do you only like the senario: "i win-you lose." if you are saying yes to all of these questions-the aggressive traits can be a symptom for a "disorder" that needs psychiatric/psychological attention. Not being provoked is worrisome. ...Read more

Dr. Susumu Inoue Dr. Inoue
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Aggressive child (Tip)

Loving your child means always thinking and acting in your child's best interest. ...See more

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Caring for a Special Needs Child (Checklist)

Talk to your child's doctor to obtain resources in your area
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Take notes. Multiple providers and appointments can be overwhelming
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Download the Caregiver Organizer at: http://www.cshcn.org/get-started
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Educate yourself about your child's illness via doctors and the internet
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If an aggressive child has oppositional defiant disorder is it possible they will grow out of it?

If an aggressive child has oppositional defiant disorder is it possible they will grow out of it?

It depends: The younger that aggressive and oppositional symptoms are seen between the ages of 5 and 13, the more likely it is that it will last a lifetime if appropriate treatment is not given. Conduct problems that begin in adolescence and are not severe, often end in adolescence. Treatment for the first group is often family therapy, skill building, multi-agency case management, and intensive services. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to deal with violent aggressive child bipolar rages?

Can you tell me how to deal with violent aggressive child bipolar rages?

Tough issue: & one you should not have to face alone. Treatment of bipolar in a child can be complex. If your child is not already being followed by a fellowship trained child psychiatrist (as opposed to general psychiatrist who also sees kids)- really recommend that. A child psychologist will also help you navigate through choppy waters. Take care. ...Read more

Dr. Jan Lei Iwata Dr. Iwata
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Aggressive child (Tip)

Let the child express themselves fully. ...See more

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Managing Your Child's Diabetes (Checklist)

Measure your child's glycated haemoglobin every three months
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Measure your child's blood sugar daily
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Make sure your child eats high-fiber, unprocessed foods, and limit simple sugars
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Your child should be active daily, as exercise increases insulin sensitivity
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What is the most common aggressive tumour affecting child mandible 3y?

What is the most common aggressive tumour affecting child mandible 3y?

Mandibular tumors: An osteosarcoma or an ewings tumor are fortunately rare tumors of the mandible in children. ...Read more

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Will day care help with my child's aggressive behavior?

Will day care help with my child's aggressive behavior?

This should help: Day care is a great way to introduce baby to the process of getting along with others. They are self centered by nature and have different levels of aggressive behavior when placed in a group. The key difference in day care is the primary caregivers regard each child as equal & your baby begins to accept a relative strangers limit setting when they would challenge yours. ...Read more

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Aggressive child (Tip)

Try taking your child into a steamy bathroom or outside into the cold night air. ...See more

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Parenting a Child During Puberty (Checklist)

Be proactive and truthful
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Allow room for growth
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Explore books on puberty at your child's level
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Talk, as communication is important
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What can happen when a child gains no positive reinforcement from aggressive outburst?

What can happen when a child gains no positive reinforcement from aggressive outburst?

Positive or negative: Attention reinforces a behavior. Explain consequence for a tantrum. As soon as it starts, walk the child into time-out from behind; don't talk, yell, make eye contact or look angry. Repeat till he stays put, then set timer for 1 min/ yr. Of age. Walk him out of time-out the same way. Tantrums will first worsen in a bid to gain your attention, then stop, if you consistently ignore them till gone. ...Read more

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What should I do if my child has occasional aggressive outbursts?

Keep calm: Try not to react to your child's outburst. Try to soothe him or distract him. If that doesn't work remove him from the situation for a short period of time to help him wind down. The second often forgotten part is to acknowledge good behavior. Remember: "negative attention is better than no attention at all.". ...Read more

Dr. Jane Steiner Dr. Steiner
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Aggressive child (Tip)

Tylenol (acetaminophen) can really help a teething child get to sleep. ...See more

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Parenting a Child with a Learning Disorder (Checklist)

Request a full psychological evaluation for your child
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Make sure that your child's evaluations are updated
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Meet with a psychologist
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If applicable, join a special education organization for parents
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