2.10 yrs boy with suspected mild autismHello , My son is 2 year 10 months old.He was a mornal child till the age of 1.8 yrs, happy and with exceptional memories. Could grasp things very quckly. His growth was normal till the age of 2, could talk very early, walk at the age of 1.1 years . After two years we have noticed a decline in his speech, not aswering to questions, talking in a singing tone on selective subjects only, less eye contact.. at school he does not answer too the any teachers although he is well behaved. He understands most of the commands but fail to answer even his name( at the age og 1.5 he use to say his mane also). He has huge love for car and generally answers questions related to cars only . He has a fear of cow voice and pressure cooker sound. He has a difficulty to sleeo at night also he sleeps very well during daytime.He is very much attached to his father and me and genrally wants to be with us. He fells bad when we go to office leaving him. Loves to go out and travell in car. He use of have calcaria phos 6x for almost 1 year from the age of 1year .
He is currently having medicine like bryta carb 200 once a week 4 pelletes , for last 1 month.
Recently - 2 days back ,I have started with nat mur 30, 4pell in the morning with water and kali phos 6x (1) , calcaria phos 6x (1) and nat mur 30 (2 pell) together in the evening with water.
Plese let me know if we are in the right track. Please help me to cure my son
sgg_mo on 2010-09-28
sgg_mo 9 years ago
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