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Name: haidensmum
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my son is 3 he is the second youngest of 4 children he speaks little he dont no his name he isn toilet trained has violent outbursts bites kicks scratches his siblings and me ! rams his chest of the radiators bangs his head on the floor punches himself in the face he lines is toys up in a exact line he cant play a game as such and hates crowds his split his lip gives himself nose bleeds we have been to the doctors i thou it was really bad tantrums but its getting worse hes seen a doctor his hearing and everything is fine hes physically healthy she is going to refer us for tests but im worried sick !!
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Name: flaminjo | Date: May 20th, 2009 4:23 AM
What about his attention levels?Is he attentive enough?because from the description i gather that he is some what hyperactive rather a bit aggressive and violent.
But i have seen such kids infact one of my cousins displayed similar traits in his child hood banging head on the floor and all that but now he is fine.
So do not worry just take him to the tests.
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