Pediatric Rn

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Lisa Blanton Says:


I found this dicussion when trying to research the reason a child is prescribed Clonidine for sleep and saw in black and white how many children are given a stimulant by day and a depressant to bring them down at night. First what dose are these kids on??? I am in no way critisizing anything anybody has done to help their child with serious behavioral symptoms but I think I have found a reason and a solution MD's and DO's probably don't know about and probably won't be told by their pharmaceutical rep. Asa pediatric RN, kids are a huge focus in my life but had to stop working 4 yrs ago when I became disabled. In the last year Ive learned that Dr's don't know how to treat a problem, but only treat symptoms, they also basically know what the drug rep taught them about the drugs. ADHD has just one major cause and that is that it is a dietary deficiency, I have 2 children I have helped that no longer need medication to help them sleep or sit still long enough to learn. Unless your child is eating organic vegetables and no processed foods and eats as required by the food pyramid there is no hope but supplementation. I can send you information about a physician that has found the answer. You may be able to save money on prescriptions and possibly help your child sleep normally and be able to learn and funtion in a school environment. I have nothing to sell you. You may contact me directly @ [email protected], I may be able to help. Don't worry I won't tell you to stop what you're doing know without your Doctors approval.



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Bonnie Jindrak Says:

I am concerned about my grandson on this medicine for sleep. He is having severe headaches, loss of appetite & irritability on this medicine.

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nicole Says:

need more imfo on clonidine for children who have spectrim autism disorder

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