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Worried about dd's increasing tics.

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whyyougottabe Fri 07-Mar-14 11:11:11

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boofted Fri 07-Mar-14 13:21:54

I'd be interested to hear about this too. My 8 year old dd has terrible tics too. They distress her because she can't stop. She has one that looks like she has hiccups, without the sound, and her stomach spasms violently. She sees a medical psychologist for IBS and I mentioned it to her but she didn't seem too concerned.

tacal Fri 07-Mar-14 20:02:37

hi, you should post this on the special needs: children's board. there are people on there with experience of tics. My ds does some of the things you mention but in his case I think they are stims.

You should keep a diary of when they happen and also video them if possible. I showed some videos to ds's doctor and it was very useful.

whyyougottabe Fri 07-Mar-14 21:12:16

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