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33 mo. old boy with autism (?)

hi everybody,
as he wouldn't speak we decided to have him checked and my son was diagnosed as in the light to moderate spectrum in jan. his ONLY problem so far is that he has a lack of communication skills. he is a very sociable kid, craves attention, from cero words that he said in jan. he says about 40 now. but i must say he is 'wild', loves to jump and he is restless but when he hits the pillow it's lights out until next morning. right after we got the diagnose we switched his milk to soy milk and that did made a difference for he seemed more 'in tune' with us, at least he understood commands.
i don't know where to start to help him.. please, help?
thanks in advance.
  letto on 2008-04-15
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first give one dose of syphylinum 200and after a week try Mephitis 6 weekly one dose continue for 3-6 month and report me...

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
dear dr.
i tried to find syphylinum in this site database but i couldn't find it...and the other one mephitis 6 says that it is for stomach, respiration and cough and he doesn't have any of those problems... please help?
both remedies that you mentioned are just one time a week??
thanks so much for taking the time to reply,
letto last decade

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