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Small child, autism, cannot speak or understand. Prescribed levipril syrup, suzdone. Correct medication?

My 4 year son is having autistic, doctor is giving more medicine such as Levipril syrup, method 1 1/2 tablet, suzdone 10 mg, frost . Is it required this medicine . He is having problem can not speak and start understanding little bit. But he want something he will never loose and want , then start another some thing, can not go out anywhere.
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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Feb 2013
In Autism intensive behavioral therapy helps to improve the social and language functioning of the child. And the medications are required to treat associated psychiatric problems like hyperactivity, aggressiveness, tantrums,self injurious behavior,steriotypies and anxiety symptoms. So the medication depends on the associated psychiatric symptoms. So consult your Child psychiatrist and discuss regarding the associated problems and the need for behavioral therapy by which we can reinforce the chid positive behaviors.
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