Oct. 11 seminar explores PANDAS, a little-known pediatric neurological disorder

Sunday, October 5, 2014 Carol Robidoux 1

Antibodies from these illnesses mistakenly attack a part of the brain, resulting in sudden onset of acute, neuropsychiatric behavioral changes that can include one or more of the following symptoms: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, sensory sensitivities, verbal or physical tics/abnormal movements, age regression, acute separation anxiety, contamination fears, urinary frequency or bed wetting, fear of choking/eating, irritability or aggression, deterioration in learning abilities and/or handwriting, inability to concentrate or ADHD-like symptoms, personality changes, sleep difficulties and/or insomnia, rages and extremely high anxiety. READ MORE

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