My son is 8 he is in first grade again.He has struggle with reading for a while this year we are trying...
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My son is 8 he is in first grade again.He has struggle with reading for a while this year we are trying everything we can to help him.But last week his teacher called me in to talk to me.She told that they think he might have ADD,Me and his teacher answered some questions took it to the doctor and he said we start him on medicine but just dont know if i should.I need help to help himView Thread
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My wife just informed me that our daughter's vagina hole looks like it was ripped open. I tried googling this and all that comes p is about a Labial Adhesions. is this what it is? I know that kids can tend to get curious about their own bodies and I am wondering if this is what it is or if something else happend. please let me know..View Thread
I'm worried about my 3 year old son randomly acquiring big red bumps all over his body, but mainly on his arms and legs. He itches them and sometimes calls them painful. I had thought they were just mosquito bites but he has been staying inside for a couple days now and he is still getting them. Ryan's doctor did say that they were mosquito bites but I'm looking for more suggestions, especially since the same doctor suggested surgery for a minor ear infection that ryan had. (We are in the process of switchinig doctors now after that.) Please help! We live in Clearwater, Florida if that makes any difference.View Thread
I am worried about my 3 year old grandson!he has been hitting,bitting,cursing,and has been displaying...
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I am worried about my 3 year old grandson!he has been hitting,bitting,cursing,and has been displaying uncontrolable fits of anger.Don,t get me wrong most of the time he is fine,smileing,laughing,he eats well,and plays well with others.I do know there is a medical history od bi-polor,and adhd on his father,s side of the family.I wonder if he needs to be tested?View Thread
My ex was starting to potty train our son and it was working. He did the stand up pottying and only pooped once or twice but was progressing. Then my ex acted very violently and I think my son saw a little bit, I know he heard what was going on because he became very histerical. Now that his daddy is out of our daily life he refuses to go potty completely. When I try taking him he gets upset or very mean about it and won;t go. I am so confused on how to go about starting him back up again. Can someone help please?View Thread
Can some give me tip on how to get a 3 year old to poop on a potty chair? My and wife have been trying for...
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Can some give me tip on how to get a 3 year old to poop on a potty chair? My and wife have been trying for several months, he took to peeing the toilet fairly fast, but the pooping is going no where. He will wait till he is laid down for a nap and then he poops. Any body have any good ideasView Thread
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