My daughter had the most severe case of PANDAS that kids could have I was told over 3 yrs ago when very little was known about it.Have you ever come across anything showing research about the after effects, long term in patients? Such as years later?It`s been along time since I tried to research anything about that because none was ever available,but I will be going into the web you mentioned above.I do know SHANS Hospt in Gainsville,FL was doing research on it,but we couldn`t get my daughter to go,,she threatened to jump out of the car if we took her,,and she would have as she was severely suicidal at that time.So I was just wondering if you knew about any more.
I went into the web addy but it`s not anything about PANDAS,,if you know of any others I would be very interested,,thanks again!! Dee
difficult child daughter,18 in Feb,runaway since 10/99,BiPolar
ADHD,Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD),Schizoaffective,sever depression,refuses all medications,son 20,ADHD,was mild difficult child has progressed to
easy child over the years with hard work from all
especially him,he started College 9/2000.13 yr old daughter ADHD,takes Ritilin,some resource classes,,basically a good kid but can difficult child when she feels the urge,
but a cutie,husband 40,ADHD, but an honest to God husband (must be he claims to love me) LOL
Mischief, my 4 legged baby,1/2 Dalmaltion 1/2 Collie, newly adopted kitten in June named Teaser,cause she teases the hell outta Missy, 3 Cockatiels,noisy,messy,but we love them! Myself,at home disabled Mom,genetic back disorder along with Degenerative Disc Disease,major knee injury 7/97,waiting for surgery date to rebuild knee, will take 2 to 3 more surgeries. I will survive,I always do, but love to complain, not an easy patient,lol Hoping to resume foster care again specializing in medically needy infants/toddlers.Have already started classes. husband and I were Specialized Foster Parents to sexually abused and ADHD kids for 8 yrs prior. Just trying our best to survive and don`t think we`re doing to shabby either! Moto: "And this too shall pass"!