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Need some help? please

I have done a few of these online tests for autism/ aspergers over the last few years after my mums friend who is a special needs teacher said I show signs of having it. And the scores have always been really high and I never went to get it diagnosed because it wasn't effecting me at the time. But recently I've noticed it getting worse and worse, its effecting my relationship because they think I'm ...
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Late diagnosis?

Hello all. My life is a complete wreck, so I figured I would try and get some help understanding the condition I am suspected to have.

I have suffered with problems all of my life. I will try and briefly cover them but obviously at 38 years old it's very hard.

When I was a small child I had problems with being obsessive. I would rock on a rocking horse and if removed I would ...
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An Awesome, Funny & Creative Picture for You

I'm not confirmed Autistic but am trying to decipher if I am borderline (or whatever you call it) but I came across a Great pic that I love & thought I'd freely share it with you to use wherever you want.
I couldn't keep it to myself.

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Enjoy :!:
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Need Some Help Please

Hi,
I wonder if someone can help give me some insight into my niece for me. She’s nearly 13 years old. She started talking late. She had ptosis as a baby and had that fixed around age 2-3. She weighs only 65 pounds and is only 55 in. tall. She has been behind in school her entire academic career. She was held back, been in special ed, gets tutoring, etc., but she still has trouble, ...
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p*ssed off and some Qs

Thought ya'll would understand, so I pissed off at my little girl's gym teacher.

My little one doesn't do eye contact, respond to her name/ques, and hates strangers touching her, etc., strangers being quantified as anyone other than DH, DS or I. I signed her up to a toddler gymnastics class to see if it'll help her see other babies( as it helped DS learn to talk, & get comfy with kids). So it's taken ...
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aspie girl sending very mixed signals

So we were dating for about a month then things got weird, we stoped talking after a bit i get what bothering her "a new emotion" a couple days later she says she just wants "a friend and maybe a lover" so weve been txting sence then but its off she replys but very short answers but she asks me stuff so its not like shes just trying to get rid of me, shes just ...
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Is there merit to the Gluten theory?

My son is almost 4 and is Autistic. I wanted to get the opinions of people who may have tried diet and sensory therapy for an Autistic person. Can any of it really make a difference?

I know the sensory therapy settles my son down enough to help him focus. But what about diet? He has dark circles under his eyes and his stool is always green diarrhea. We're thinking about trying a Gluten free ...
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children development

Hi,
The speed of physical growth is rapid in the months after birth, then slows, so birth weight is doubled in the first four months, tripled by age 12 months, but not quadrupled until 24 months.

phonic http://www.childfont.com/visitor/index.aspx
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High level Autism or something else?

Hi phone - First, I want to apologize if this is not the correct forum to post this. But I was not sure where else to start.

I have a brother-in-law with "Problems". I say it that way because the parents have never gotten him tested. He is my wife's brother and she does not want to be around him if at all possible.

Let me give you some examples:

He was living at his ...
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