Autism, Puberty and Subclinical Seizures

Autism, Puberty and Subclinical Seizures

There are 2 comments on the HealthCentral story from Aug 10, 2011, titled Autism, Puberty and Subclinical Seizures. In it, HealthCentral reports that:

Seizures are a common co-existing condition with autism, as many as one in every four people with autism will develop seizures.

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#1 Aug 10, 2011
Useless garbage
Carl Brewer

Chicago, IL

#2 Jan 27, 2012
Autism is a really sad disorder but needs to be respected as well. It's not an easy thing for parents. Some marriages end up in divorce because of autism suffered by their child. I read an article saying that some antidepressants may cause autism. Paxil has apparently been linked to autism of infants with mothers taking Paxil during her pregnancy.

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