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My son cannot identify the alphabets but the reports are alright

MY SON IS 6 PLUS AND HIS MRI , CT SCAN AND EEG IS NORMAL BUT HE IS NOT ABLE TO RECOGNIZE THE ALPHABETS HE IS WRITING NOW BUT WHICH A OR B WE HAVE TO GIVE HIM CLUE THEN HE WRITES IMMEDIATELY, IS HE A SLOW LEARNER IS IT CURABLE WHAT MEDICINES WE HAVE TO GIVE, WE HAVE GIVEN HIM NOOTRAPHIL TONIC, WE HAVE SHOWN HIM TO DR. MOHAN OF LAKEVIEW MEDICAL CENTRE, BANGALORE HIS REPORTS ARE NORMAL.
Asked On : Sun, 29 Aug 2010
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Hello
welcome to healthcare magic.
Your son could be having a mild learning disorder which needs complete assessment by a doctor from a special LD clinic .Apart from these tests he also needs to undergo hearing and vision assessment and IQ DQ tests and behaviour assessment.There are various methods of treatment once the diagnosis is confirmed and is different for each patient , medicines plus behaviour therapy.hope I could help
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Answered: Wed, 31 Aug 2011
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