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- March 15, 2008 at 8:58 pm #256858
abilifly is a bi-polar drug, I don’t know if it’s used for autistic kids normally or not, but my youngest who is bi polar is suppose to take that and when he does it really helps him.
Candyon wed, mar 19, 2008 at 12:24 PM, sharon smith-scott <email@example.com> wrote:
i joined this group for the money tips. however, i have an autistic son as well. my son has been taking clonidine for seven years.
have you seen any side effects from the medication what about abilify? thanks for your information.
Interesting as with mine clonidine was used to control tics only. Oh
and both of mine could take a pill by the time they were 5-7 I don’t
remember exactly when. Matt was on clonidine for about 14 years.
On 3/15/08, melinda irvin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> She is on the daytrana as well. Sometimes we have to giver her one clonidine
> during the day to calm her down if she starts to have an uncontrollable fit
> but usually we wait until bedtime.
> Erica Hager <email@example.com> wrote: which patch is
> she on? daytrana?
if so that is a once a day patch on for 9 hrs or so —
> best advice i was given was to give johnny his clonidine right before we
> take the patch off for the night. also a great tip for giving clonidine —
> we put it into a hershey kiss with the soft inside like caramel or cherry
> just push it sideways through the bottom……..my pickiest medication taker
> takes it np…..
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