Yeah, we did too, he was our "easy baby." Until this time last year, when he started crying uncontrollably over every minor bump in the road.
Something was off.
I made an appointment to talk to our doctor, and in the meantime, his preschool teacher told me that while he had previously been very engaged, he was now walking around in a daze. He was dropping toys, leaving a trail behind him. He was rolling around on the floor. Chills ran up my spine.
It is unconventional in our society to treat a "healthy" kid, but given that he has a sibling on the spectrum, and given that he is a boy (boys have a much stronger genetic predisposition to autism), Dr. Mumper and I decided to start him on the MB-12 immediately.
Within two weeks he was back to his "typical" self. On the rare occasion we have missed a dose, he becomes very cranky again. Seems a polluted body makes him miserable. MB-12 helps him detox. It's that simple.
Seth was fully immunized within his first two years. His shots were nearly through when I started getting a clue about the autism connection. At that time I spaced out his MMR in three separate doses. I don't know if that helped him or not?
What would have happened if we'd had to endure the runaround of the typical family pediatrician? Would Seth have continued to regress? Would he be autistic too?
I believe, for Seth, autism is just a couple of flu shots away.
His porphyrin results don't surprise me one bit.