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That sort of behavior isn't uncommon in typically developing children, so I'm not sure that you have a reason to be w...
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This is a common question in any family with someone diagnosed with autism. The strongest causal evidence points to ...
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While it's difficult to give a diagnosis from a description alone, if you have concerns, have your son assessed. You...
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I think this is less a diagnosis issue and more of an issue with seeking out help for your son in the areas in which ...
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Unfortunately, the answer to this question is unknown. There are strong genetic correlates with autism. People with...
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Unfortunately, no. There are no shots and no medications that can improve social skills. The issues she's facing ne...
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Ultimately, you need to seek and accept professional help. It's up to you to properly communicate what you are exper...
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You are right on target with focusing on the needs of your son. If he could use some help with social interaction, m...
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Certainly continue to keep in touch with your pediatrician about the issue. We sometimes observe self-induced vomiti...
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No one can give you an exact probability on that. While there are correlations within families, perhaps an increased...
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