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TMG to the Rescue….. again!

TMG to the Rescue….. again!

The past few months have felt a little…..hellish to say the least. We bought a new home, made a big move (close to family and friends again, so YAY!), The husband is now working from home.   But honestly, the  stress started almost a year ago. As you all know, through our biomed journey, there […]

What time is it?

What time is it?

For those of you that have been following my blog, you are all probably aware that a year ago Anthony had OCD as a result from PANDAS/PANS.  His obsessions were trash, trash trucks and cleaning.  And then he added telling time to his obsessions.  I wasn’t aware that knowing the time of the day, constantly, […]

Update 3 on Alan Freestone PANDAS trial – Day 8

Update 3 on Alan Freestone PANDAS trial – Day 8

We are a little over a week into the Alan Freestone homeopathy PANDAS trial.  We have had good days, and bad days when it comes to Anthony’s OCD/obsessions. Friday was one of Anthony’s worst days. It started out alright.  We had a mellow morning and Anthony went off to school happy.  There was little talk […]

Alan Freestone homeopathic PANDAS trial

Alan Freestone homeopathic PANDAS trial

A few weeks ago I had heard of a trial that Alan Freestone in the UK was doing.  The trial is to basically get children with PANDAS, off of antibiotics, and remedy their symptoms by doing homeopathy. I got in touch with Alan right away.  Mainly because I saw Anthony on a downward spiral of […]

Update on Anthony’s PANDAS

About a month and a half ago, Anthony’s DAN doctor (Dr. Sletten) decided to lower Anthony’s dosage of amoxicillin.  Anthony had been doing amazingly well, and his OCD and obsessions were non-existent.  So we went from giving Anthony amoxicillin 2x’s a day, to 1x a day.  Hoping that this would still be an effective dosage. […]

Let me tell you a story about trash trucks.

It’s pretty well known, that for some kids on the spectrum, they have OCD.   They have obsessions and topics that they love to go on and on about.   And while most “typical” children have their toys and topics they love, they can also move on to other topics and play other things, and […]