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Re: SID p.s. Pfinstegg

Posted by katia on April 19, 2004, at 14:37:48

In reply to Re: SID p.s., posted by Pfinstegg on April 19, 2004, at 10:28:37

> We went to the occupational therapist three times a week for four years; after that, he was so much improved that we did most of the exercises at home. just checking in with the OT about once or twice a month for six more years- until he went away to college.

**Wow. That isn't very encouraging! FOUR YEARS? Three times a week? Jeez....just forget it. Who has that kind of money? Ten years total? I'll be in my forties!

> He was very *colicky*, having been born a month pre-maturely, and screamed from 3 to 9 PM for the first six months. It was too much for him when we tried to comfort him, but white noise on the radio, and endless car rides, making sure we slowed down enough to avoid actually stopping at a red light, were the things that helped the most. As a child, he did not want to play with more than one child at a time, saying he got nervous and confused, and was unable to understand what anyone was talking about. Today, he is great in groups- and so much calmer. I'm so glad we persevered with the OT.

**This sounds just like me too. i had bad colic and was two months premature. I have the same experience w/ people/groups. It is interesting b/c that is generally normal, but when I'm feeling more on the manic side, it goes away. I feel calm around chaos. Mine is directly related to depression. But who knows which one comes first - the chicken or the egg? What's a result of the other?

Thanks for all of your advice and concern. BTW, why are you on PB boards? Are you dxed w/ anything?




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