Elliott is becoming more aggressive when he gets angry. I’m really starting to wonder if his antidepressant is behind this change in behavior. He was showing some of this behavior already. However, it seems to have gotten worse as of late.
I’m really concerned about this change or rather increase in behavior.
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this may sound weird, but try checking his cholesterol levels. I just read a study that up to 10% or more of autistic children are actually low on cholesterol, and it causes aggression, anxiety, suicidal tendencies, and other behavioral issues. Many of the doctors involved with the study believe some kids might have a genetic mutation that makes it hard for the body to make enough cholesterol. I also know a few people who’s autistic kids had very violent, anxious and out of control behavior. They eventually found they had pretty low cholesterol levels, and after they started treating it, many of the symptoms went away.
@rmagliozzi that’s really interesting. I’ll have to look into that. You always come up with the most interesting things. Awesome:-)
Which one is he taking??
@SarahBolier Remeron. I butchered the spelling