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Asperger Sensitivity B12
Yes: These are indeed quite common to experience with Asperger's. The failure to pick up on social cues can lead to the over-sharing, and the hyper-sensitivity can be a reaction to the social impairment (i.e., the person knows they don't act like other people and becomes anxious about it). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Asperger's syndrome is a developmental disorder affecting a person's ability to socialize and communicate effectively. Common symptoms include unusual nonverbal communication, not being sensitive of others' feelings, having difficulty understanding humor, and speaking ...Read more
Could i with aspergers syndrome develop hyper sensitivity to sound, smell and light at a later stage in?
Anyone on the: Autism spectrum can develop the hyper sensitivity you mention. Anyone can, for that matter, but people on the spectrum may be more at risk. Great plains laboratory has a good website with info and lab tests. Please see you doc for a check up to rule out other things. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Aspergers: Please clarify. What is rejection sensitivity?Get a more detailed answer ›
Caffeine allergy: Taking b-12 does not frequently cause any reaction that would freak one out. Look for another cause. ...Read more
Loss of good sensation in penis. Sensitivity decreased.Erectile dysfunction from nerve damage - low b12/prediabetes. How to heal fast? Pls help.
Low.B12, iron, d.Thiroid failer vision and hearing, touch sensitivity, lifetime of spinal problems, temper, mood swings exhausted allways , early menopause.
Listen to your body: These are inter-related problems. In addition to restoring deficiencies it is necessary to address the toxicity ( likely cadmium) but a healthy life style is key. 10, 000 units a day of vit d3, nutritional lithium to enhance uptake of b-12, methyl cobalamine, and methyl folate (folic acid) supplements, avoid dairy, wheat, sugar, and processed food. Spirulina 1 t a day. 30 seconds of movement every 10 minutes. ...Read more
My legs and abdomen feel swollen but they are not. Feels like I'm wearing tight tights but I'm not. My feet feel different. I don't have B12 deficiency, thyroid liver kidneys are all fine. no sign of auto immune disease. reflexes and sensitivity are v
Time for an exam: Well then, young lady-since you've appropriately recognized the phenomenon of FEELING sensations you KNOW not to be borne out by reality then, you need to see someone who may have a specialization in things of such a nature. Perhaps a neurologist? It seems that you've had somewhat of an involved laboratory workup. Anything else? Wanna talk? Land on www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have chronic fatigue, muscle/joint tenderness, gastritis. Painful to push on stomach. I just had b12 tested & it's 1925. What type of dr do I see?
Neurologist or: Clinical Geneticist aware of mitochondrial disorders. Other symptoms--irregular body temp and/or heart rate, aphthous ulcer in mouth, progressive fatigue during day, low vitamin D level, autoimmune disorders, familial hyperextensibility, consipation/diarrhea, gastrointestinal dysmotility. Common nutrients may help, including Carnitine, Coenzyme Q10, vitamin E, methylfolate, vitamin C, and B100. ...Read more
Huh? AS is an out-: dated diagnosis subsumed into Autistic Spectrum Disorder in the DSM-V. Deficits in joint attention, facial recognition & Theory of Mind cause impaired social reciprocity/communication & narrow, repetitive areas of interest. If your ? is why it was a preferred diagnosis, one criterion for AS was an IQ of 70 or >, in the normal range.The myth was that everyone with AS had an above-average IQ. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Related: Usually the asperger patient has better language ability than the autistic patient. One could also consider them to be different sections of a spectrum of continuity. Some people call it high functioning autism. In my opinion the exact label doesn't matter a great deal, it is what are the needs of the child and make sure those needs are addressed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers