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How can I make my child less adamant ?

My son is now 4 years of age. I was born during the severe temperature (102 degrees) was, and I - were conversion feet. after the treatment. Then, after 1 month of birth , but he did not have a fever - was conversion feet. Then did not have a problem. i m Service-holder, I can not give my child over time. My son is now the target is, he is very very Persistent and playing computer games. It may be difficult to level a lot of games. They had a computer in the ex part, but the socialization is very low. outgoing when and where to enjoy But people with less severe when the tears started into the Persistent. what for conversion ,fever is a severe nerve problem at birth. Please tell us. And what treatment? s
Asked On : Sun, 31 Jul 2011
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hello welcome to heathcare magic forum,please do not take too much tension ,
as id symptom persists ,can give anti-anxiety and anti -depressants and take advice of neurologist
for expert opinion and advice .
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