Flunil 20mg Given To A Kid Of Ten

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anshu Says:

my dauter showed behavrioul changes in past three months..lot of weeping n anger attacks, anxiety, crying spills. Was diaonised as ocd n anxiety disorder..put on inderal n flunil. After three weeks indreal withdrwn bt still on flunil20..she has shown lot of improvment..my concern is it she will be on medication throut life or can it be withdrawn..she is also going thru counselling sessions with medication.....

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Sara Says:

Please Google PANDAS. Sounds like it is what your daughter is experiencing. It can be resolved with antibiotics.

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