Methyl B12 lollipos vs. Methyl B12 shots

Prior to my daughter’s first DAN! Doctor visit, she was taking the MB12  Revitapop lollipops. MB12 helps with opening up the methylation pathways for spectrum kids. Ultimately this helps with detoxifying the body. I knew that MB12 was one of those treatments that worked well for a big percentage of children on the spectrum. So […]

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Highlights/Bio-med Updates- DAN! Doctor?- CHECK!!

In my last post, I shared that God had revealed to me that things will start to move “sooner than expected”. Oh boy…didn’t that come to pass. See, we had trouble locating a DAN! doctor… but soon after that revelation, we got linked to this wonderful doctor 1 hour away from us. I will discuss […]

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Herx Reaction + Candida die off?

Probiotics are key to one’s bio-med regimen as It re-populates the gut with good bacteria. This is particulary essential for children on the spectrum as their gut flora is imbalanced and has more bad bacteria than good. A recently conducted study in mice with autistic behaviors proves that probiotics play a key role in bio-med. […]

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Slow, but steady (Bio-med update)

Slow, but steady. That is exactly what I am witnessing with bio-medical intervention for autism. Prior to bio-medical, my daughter’s developmental clock was going backwards. She slowly lost her skills over a period of time. She stopped waving goodbye, stopped saying mama, stopped being affectionate, stopped being engaged and lost eye contact. She regressed. Now […]

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What color is the school bus? (BioMed Update)

I remember when my daughter was given the official diagnosis, the doctor was keen to suggest medication for my daughter’s hyperactivity. She actually offered to write up us a prescription almost right there and then. I can’t imagine what would have happened if I went down that path of medicating her. I am not against […]

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Kennedy Krieger- 3 month wait for the Center of Developmental Learning

During my daughter’s regular doctor visit, we decided to ask the doctor about referrals for developmental centers. I have been very scared to put a label/diagnosis on my daughter’s development. However, I feel like I should do everything to ensure that my daughter can reach her utmost potential. I know that many people are misdiagnosed […]

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Developmental delays- changing the tune of my blog

It’s been a long hiatus and I feel like I have so much to write about, I need to pace myself so that I don’t rumble in my post. I have been really busy; I gave birth to my second child, a boy a few weeks ago. He has been a blessed addition to our […]

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