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Kailey first HBOT treatment today...  
05:58pm 11/12/2008
 
 
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I think it went well, of course she is very sleepy since I gave her meletonin before hand... I'm so glad she is still asleep, she needs it.  For the past few weeks, she sleeps 6hours at night, and SOMETIMES takes a one hour nap if I'm lucky
 
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 bondo
 
12:27am 12/12/2008 (UTC)
 
 
Meeshie
Wow! How many dives is she going to do? I don't think we have an hbot here in this crappy city. Keep me posted on Kailey's progress!
 
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 k_c_journal
 
05:26am 12/12/2008 (UTC)
 
 
k_c_journal
I will do. My psychiatrist wants me to keep a log of my daugher, and of myself for the next 10 weeks, that would be 10 dives..and go from there. hugs

ps, if you are interested in seeing my doc's LJ community, here's the link. http://community.livejournal.com/aspergersassoc/profile
 
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 rubyreader
 
01:17am 12/12/2008 (UTC)
 
 
rubyreader
Would you be willing to give a brief description of exactly what this is and what it is supposed to accomplish? How do you get an appointment for something like this? Thanks for any info.
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 k_c_journal
 
05:24am 12/12/2008 (UTC)
 
 
k_c_journal
My doctor is the medical director for the american asperger's association. He is the one who has the hbot chamber and suggested that my daughter and I do it. It's supposed to help heal, well, about everything. There has been some research that it helps the negitive symptoms, like panic etc, meltdowns.. when it comes to autism. I don't want to change who I am, but heck, if this works, I'd be happy not to have panic attacks, and I want my daughter not to have to suffer with meltdowns for one. My psychiatrist's LJ page is aspieone and his community is http://community.livejournal.com/aspergersassoc/profile

There is more info on the site. So to answer your question, a neuropsychiatrist in your area should have one, or know a hospital that does. I don't think it's covered by insurance yet...depends on where you live.
 
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