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#31 of 32 Old 02-15-2013, 04:25 PM
 
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Ahhhh sleep, yes. We have some horrid sleep issues here. Have you talked to the Dr about him maybe taking some type of supplement, or something for sleep. These kids do so much better when they are able to get a full night of rest.


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The doctor wanted him to be here longer to "settle in" before declaring him having a sleep issue, even though he's always had this same pattern. It could well be just the way his biological clock works right now and he'll outgrow it, or it just is what it is. I'm going to wait it out a couple more months and then ask again, if it doesn't improve. it's funny though, the things that the doctors say v the therapists, and how much they differ in opinion on what to try/what works, and how much eye-rolling there is going on... and how nearly NONE of it seems to be working! (At least when it comes to the sleeping... He may well be developing "better" b/c of this treatment or that therapy. Who knows?)

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