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My son has absence seizures & ADHD

About a year ago I found out my son “6 yrs old now” has epilepsy (absence seizures) & has ADHD! I'm scared to death of the meds. So we are trying natural. We've been to a ND Naturopathic Physician - she put us on low sugar - it does help with hyperactivity of course, & a gluten free diet, which I don’t know if I have seen a differents. Also Brain Power Sours, but we feel the B.P.S. brought on more seizure.
Now she wants to try a homeopathic remedy – Silica.

He is a very smart little boy with a high IQ but his teacher is seeing a decline in school wrk because of hyperactivity & seizures.

His seizures vary from none to 50+ a day.

His pediatrician said I was bordering on medical neglect for not having him on anti-seizure meds!!!

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
 
  anythng4myson on 2010-03-09
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The cause of seizures in infants and young children are due to the vaccinations:

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jerryacu 9 years ago
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jerryacu 9 years ago
Since your son's case is quite serious(50+ seizures), I suggest you take him to see an MD Homeopath.
 
jerryacu 9 years ago

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