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Childrens Alphabets W Medication
My child is 5yrs and he is having problems to identify alphabet.??? Its normal??? How I can help??? But do his painting very well..
dyslexia is a problem that makes it hard for the child to learn to read
dyslexia has nothing to do with how smart your child is
they have brain difference that affect the way they process written words
they have a problem understanding the connection between letters and sound
he needs neuro evaluation and intervention to help him correct it ...Read more
Hyperlexia: Hyperlexic state Is associated with developmental disorders as autism and PDD. Ask her pediatrician about this at your next visit. There are developmental screenings that we will want to do at each of her visits, potentially adding a referral to a pediatric neurologist or other developmental specialist. If her social development is normal, then she is simply gifted! ...Read more
My 18mth old son frequently arranges numbers / alphabets & counts. He knows them all, answers simple questions but is impatient. Could he be autistic?
My 18mth old cries inconsolably in accompanied playschool. He counts lights, rolls about, walks and identifies alphabets on the wall. Is he autistic?
Can't diagnose...: It isn't possible to diagnose autism based on the amt of info that you can give in this short question format. It is a complex diagnosis & requires that you discuss concerns with your pediatrician. Does your son make eye contact? How is speech? Just two questions that would be asked AND observed. What you described doesn't worry me BUT you are there and you are worried - talk to your doctor! ...Read more
My son is 26 months old. He's had an obsession with the alphabet & numbers since 18months old. He taught himself the phonetic alphabet at 19 months. 23 months he could sight read 40 words & now at 26 months reads over 100 words working them out phonetical
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My son is 3yrs old but cant talk. He can read some phrase but won't used it. Has his own routine. Has a sharp memory can memorize countries, numbers, shapes, alphabets etc. He won't eat anything but milk. He shouts if things he wants is not given. What could be the
My 18month old is not talking. She recognizes n says all the alphabets and numbers to ten, says some words from songs, but not saying mom, dada yet y?
If she recognizes, says all alphabets, counts up to ten & says some words she is smart, not to worry. Your child doesn't have speech delay.
One common cause of speech delay is poor hearing. Recurrent ear infection, fluid in middle ear, positive f/h, use of some medicines in neonate cause hearing loss.
If very concerned, check with pediatrician whether she passed hearing test. ...Read more
My son is 3 yrs old. He understnds few commands but most of the time he doesnt. He stil isn't talking mch. Knows alphabets and numbrs. What cud b wrong?
Developmental Delay: Time to have him evaluated by a pediatrician telling the doctor all your concerns. Your Pediatrician will go from there with interventions as needed to help your son. ...Read more
Right ankle hurts when I put pressure but my ankle is not swollen and I can move my feet in circle and alphabet and it doesn't hurt. Tennis week ago?
There are many:
Things that can be wrong. Its nice it doesn't bother you off weight bearing, but sooner or later you have to walk…so the question remains what's wrong?
an in office exam will help as you didn't specify where on the ankle your pain is... ...Read more
Depends: This depends on the condition of the child, reason and type of medication and dose involved. I can think of some pain meds that would stop a kid from breathing, at least one that could shut down their kidneys, etc. There are specific and well studied pain meds for kids that are safe to use. ...Read more
Varies: It depends on the cause of hyperactivity. There are many reasons for an ad child to be hyperactive. You, behavioral assistant, speech therapists, pt, teachers, and doctors need to figure out why. If child is chronically ill, frustrated, anxious, in pain, obsessing, he could be hyperactive. There is no one medication to use in a recipe fashion. ...Read more
Depends: If the selective mutism is due to a social phobia or agoraphobia, then there are some possible treatments that may help. Anxiolytics can reduce these symptoms. ...Read more
I noticed medication dosage for children is based on weight/age. What if you're a petite adult under 90lbs? Would my body require less dosage for the same effect?
It would be prudent to adjust the dose to suit your weight, especially for drugs with narrow margin of safety. It would be prudent to discuss it with your doctor and pharmacist for specific drugs.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Yes: There are not many safe over-the-counter cold medications for children. The medications which had been previously available were both not very effective for children and also rather easy to overdose. The best OTC medications for children continue to be tylenol (acetaminophen) (acetominophen) products and Motrin (ibuprofen) products. When in doubt, ask your pharmacist for help with OTC choices for kids. ...Read more
Bad idea: Add medications should be used to treat add. However, there are children who misbehave due to impulsivity (reacting prior to thinking). Impulsivity can be treated with medication. I would strongly consider consulting with a child psychiatrist for child therapist to investigate your options. ...Read more
I am hypersensitive to all medications or pills. They stay in my system for over 18 hours. Is okay to take children's dosages?
Ok: If you are sensitive to adult doses of medications. It is ok to start with children's doses. ...Read more
I'm sensitive when it comes to medication, I want to take Claritin (loratadine) but will it still work if I get the childrens kind?
Possibly: The children's dose might not be strong enough. If so just increase to the adult dose (10mg). ...Read more
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Sometimes: Medication is not the primary treatment of choice for the core of childhood ptsd. Psychotherapy, or "talk therapy" (or play therapy in younger children) is the primary treatment. That being said, medications are sometimes used short term to reduce anxiety to help the child to tolerate the anxiety associated with therapy, or for specific symptoms such as sleep difficulties. Best wishes. ...Read more
None: All the antiepiletic drugs (aed) have a potential to cause birth defect (s). The risk can be minimized by monotherapy instead of multiple combination, lowest effective amount of aed, and Folic Acid supplementation. Valproate has the highest potential to cause birth defect and should be avoided. ...Read more
Olive oil: For our kids in alaska (where we know about eczema!), we just put a little olive oil in their bath water every day and that worked great. ...Read more
Abilify (aripiprazole) for symptoms: In my experience, Abilify (aripiprazole) can often ameliorate the irritability of some children who have a diagnosis of autism. Suramin, used for years as an anti protozoan agent, has shown some promise in mice for reversing some aspects of a theoretic cause of autism and is apparently now in human clinical trials. Perhaps this is what you had in mind when asking about a new autism medication. ...Read more
Does your service treat children that already have diagnosis and medication history for mental health and seizures?
Wrong site: The public Healthtap site is an information center. We do not diagnose or treat any medical condition. That disclaimer is provided within the site materials. There is a separate paid concierge service called Healthtap Prime that offers some services when they can reasonably be done online. Check site details for information. ...Read more
Do kids with ADHD always need medication? Do children always need medication to treat adhd, or are there other options? .
ADHD: Adhd is not always treated with medications. There are programs that are behaviorally based as well. ...Read more
Depend on age.: All medications are safe if done appropriately for age and weight. ...Read more