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... This is something that is very interesting to me and I would love to speak with someone who is involved in Autisim research someday about it. ... (3 replies)
... Yes it can cause them to act completely different. My son was on omnicef and amoxicillian and is perfect. If you give him any type of allergy medicine, like Zyrtec or any type of cought medicine he turns into the most hyper child on the planet. ... (3 replies)
... pressure in them and has to get tubes put in. Do some antibiotics cause a child with autism to regress or cause their symptoms to worsen? ... (3 replies)

... It is an infection that will not respond to certain antibiotics. It is a common infection seen in hospitals. I have never heard of any correlation between that and Autism, but it is definately an interesting theory. ... (2 replies)
... Is your son on a gf/cf diet? I noticed with my son after removing the dairy from his diet whenever he was on amox. he would have a regression. I began to question whether there may be a milk ingredient within the medicine that may have caused this. By the end of the course of the antibiotic he was really off. I never got a direct answer to this but have always suspected.... (3 replies)
Mercury and Autism
Jun 22, 2005
... With my girl who is in the spectrum by 6 months she had 8 vaccines.2 HepB 3 DTP 3Hib this is not hard to point my finger at something.Another hepB at 12 months and another DTP and Hib at 15 months of course durning the time when brain development is so crucial she had all of these.Her lastDTP was givn 3 yrs later in 2000. ... (24 replies)
... my ASD kid never put anything in his mouth. Ear infections are usually related to milk protein intolerance, and then later yeast becomes involved, due to recurrent rounds of antibiotics. ... (11 replies)
... My 2 year old daughter has had an ear infection for the past 2 months, she has been on Amoxicillin, Augmentem and just finished Omnicef. So far, the infection has not come back but I asked the Dr. ... (11 replies)
... Yes I found that clue, the missing piece clue was PANDAS and is still now to a degree. hey look it up you will be surprised over what you find etc. ... (0 replies)
Autism or Not?
Aug 10, 2013
... My son, 22 months, is currently being evaluated and has been classified as 'at risk' for autism. I know that he's quite young and that time will tell, but I am curious what some of you with more experience with autism think. ... (0 replies)
... WHEN I FIRST TOOK MY SON TO A NEUROLOGIST BECAUSE WE WANT TO RULE OUT AUTISM , NEROLOGIC DISORDER or DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS. AND HER dx was a speech delay with autism features, but on the dx sheet she coded autism. we have BCBS of MS. ... (8 replies)
... diff for short which is antibiotic related and affects the colon. I still feel there is a genetic cause as well. Very early on in life my son was on maintainance doses of antibiotics for ear infections. ... (11 replies)
... Thank god I read this post It never occurred to me why my son may be having problems with his behavior at school. He's had a recurring sinus infection for years and has been on antibiotics what seems like every 4 - 8 weeks of varying kinds. We are seeing an ENT next week (11 replies)
... days for it to clear his system and I kept him home from school the entire time. ... (11 replies)
... usual. He talks to himself constantly, doesn't engage in a conversation or follow any directions. His teachers have been calling me to tell they are concerned, and I don't see what else could have caused it. ... (11 replies)
... Oh no do not beat yourself up, it is such a challenge already trying to make sure your boy is healthy and happy. You are doing your best. It is hard to know what has happened to trigger it or what needs to happen to move along. But it is not our fault. ... (11 replies)
... t really talk. He can say a couple two and three word phases, but if you are not around him all the time you would have no idea what he said. ... (11 replies)
... I agree with you all that it was the pink dye that negatively affected him, and in addition all the good yeast that was destroyed, made his gut vulnerable to the pink dye. ... (11 replies)
... Antibiotics kill the good and bad bacteria in the gut. Without the good bacteria, yeast and parasites can grow. ... (11 replies)
... it is called tTG. It is highly underdiagnosed and autistic children seem to be sensitive to gluten as well as casein, a milk protein. Also, the overuse of antibiotics can cause an overgrowth of yeast. ... (11 replies)

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