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If you took Trilep-: tal when pregnant, enroll in the North American Antiepileptic Drug Pregnancy Registry, 1-888-233-2334, though there is no known association with Autism, which causes perseverative & other anxious-looking behaviors. Dr. W. listed both typical anxieties & anxiety disorders in pre-schoolers. OCD by age 4, specific phobias & separation anxiety need treatment if they cause harmful dysfunction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PDD is no longer a: Diagnosis in the dsm-v, having been replaced by autistic spectrum disorder. Adhd usually presents as hyperactive/impulsive type in preschoolers, since attention span at that age can typically be as short as 3-4 minutes. Each is a categorical diagnosis based on a defined pattern of (usually disruptive) behavior. 40-70% of children with ASD have adhd ; require multimodal treatment to address both. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
30 ? : There are some children who will never have an ear infection. Some will have a whole bunch. The exact incidence is not important. By age 2, you'll know what the story is. Being around smokers, being in daycare, having allergies, will all predispose to ear infections. The more exposure to irritants and viruses, the more likely. Good nutrition, treating allergies, avoiding smoke exposure, helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What types of food can relief gas in preschoolers quickly. Are dates soaked in water good for this.
Local answers: intestinal gas in young children can be very uncomfortable. Often a gentle massage of the abdomen, going counter clockwise, can help relieve pockets of gas. Continued pain or swelling or vomiting should be seen by a practitioner. Foods vary with locale; cabbage family and beans are very gasogenic. Often crushed flax seed with rice can be helpful. I would consult locally re dates. ...Read more
What are some current nutritional issues, such as obesity or malnutrition, that might affect preschoolers?
Obesity: Weight issues even in young children are on the rise. Our society has a lot of cheap, easy access, calorie-dense and nutrient-poor foods available and many are marketed to children. Did you know that the largest toy distributor is actually a fast food chain? Give our kids real foods and avoid giving them sugar-sweetened beverages including juice. ...Read more
Is there any way to know about what age i'll go through menopause? My mother went through menopause fairly early, in her mid-40s. I am 40 and still have young children -- i don't think i could deal with menopausal symptoms on top of two preschoolers! is t
Yes : Yes (and no) because we do not yet have perfect tests. Here are is a link about to multiple resources about menopause timing (http://bitly.Com/gkpe8x). We think that a hormone called amh (anti-mullerian hormone) may be useful to predict menopause. Here is a link to my blog entry on amh (http://www.Dropsahl.Com/infertility/testing/anti-mullerian-hormone-amh/). Amh is a hormone produced by the growing follicles in the ovaries. The small antral follicles are constantly growing and you use up about 500-100 eggs each month. As you get older and the number of eggs goes down, so does the number of growing follicles (cysts containing an egg). The few growing follicles the lower the amh level. You blood level does not vary much from day to day, so your doctor could get that value (and perhaps an fsh) and give you some idea of how close you are. Let me comment on a couple of issues. First, your mother's age at menopause matters if she went through menopause naturally but not if the menopause was from surgery. Also, the mid-40's is not abnormal though a bit early as the average age is 51 years. Second, as you will learn from reading some of the links i provided, there is considerable variation in timing. Next. Let me say that the symptoms of menopause vary as well. Some women suffer from many effects of losing the estrogen hormone: hot flushes, mood changes etc. You are not necessarily doomed to have the same reaction or even the same symptoms. I hope this information helps. Best wishes and please do not worry too much about menopause which is normal and usually not a horrible experience. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get recommendations: Get a bunch of recommendations from friends who have been through the same thing as you. Talk to them about the curriculum and how they reacted to their children. Find out how they handled problems and how responsive they were to any issues they had. Then go in and experience it for yourself. Take a tour, look around, see if they would let you witness a class... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Preschool is common in some cultures and not others. The groups that benefit the most tend to come from settings where reading, and other stimulating activities were less common. Within a year or two, little difference is seen in the performance of both groups. ...Read more
Pneumonia: Probably not. If the child really has pneumonia and is a pre-kindergartner they belong at home with their parents until they have recovered, but obviously advice in this regard is at the discretion of the pediatrician seeing the child. Would frankly be surprised if many pediatricians were recommending attendance at preschool for a child with pneumonia. ...Read more
It depends.: It depends on how your child feels. If he has had no fever for 24 hr, isn't coughing much, and has a normal activity level, he can return. If it is bacterial pneumonia, i like patients to have at least 24 hours of antibiotics before exposing others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 18 no old son had 7 vomittings on Sunday and after ER 1. He has eaten well in preschool and his potty I cleaned just now was good. Is he back now?
Self control: There are many, but here are two big changes: 1) preschoolers are gaining further confidence around long separations from parents, which usually requires that the child develop social skills, and the ability to integrate with friends and teachers; 2) learning to use competitive and aggressive feelings in a socially acceptable manner. Both of these require a mental capacity to reflect on feelings. ...Read more
Stay fit: Make sure that you are staying physically fit. Yoga, stretching, regular walking are all good, but mostly do something you enjoy. Wear supportive, comfortable shoes (i <3 dansko personally, but find what works for you) and walk around instead of standing in one place (probably not an issue in preschool.) when you lift (children) be sure to lift not with your back, but with your legs. ...Read more
My daughter is four.. I want to enroll her in preschool but I can't get her to sit still and listen to me when I tell her to be quiet and calm down?
Listening: A child is born with ears but they must learn to listen. This process goes on through adulthood. We often get excited when our children learn to talk but listening is essential. There are books written on this you can find. For now try to be a four year old and imagine what she listens to. Reward her for listening. Use different tones and softness when you talk. Be thrilled when she does ...Read more
Could an autism diagnosis be wrong? Many other professionals are questioning the dx. Also, he did not qualify for the preschool disability program.
Not uncommon: Sometimes we have to observe a child in different ways. Our neuropsychologist sees patients first & gets the best out of them on standardized tests. Then they see me (db pede) when they're tired, but they've had a snack. With parental permission, i push the buttons that bring out autistic behaviors, if there. Atypicality that we see that way may not fulfill school eligibility guidelines. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My son 5 yo is below his normal weight.At home he doesn't eat breakfast n at preschool too also lunch Seems like he has no appetite. What should I do?
Eczema herpeticum?: With correct and successful treatment of both herpes and eczema the child should resume normal schooling. If the scabs are healed and the child is no longer scratching, a normal life is desirable. You neglected to include the full diagnosis or any of the exact treatment or how long. ...Read more
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