22/08/2010 at 15:19
22/08/2010 at 15:29
14/01/2018 at 05:04
By any chance did you find anything on your LO or any updates? My LO started doing the same thing and the doctor said he’s never heard of it. We are very concerned about him. it seems to be very rare. when he is upset he twitches his head to the side almost like he is gasping for air and it takes him some time to calm down before it finally stops
thank you so much!
27/05/2018 at 11:17
Oh my gosh yes. I have just been searching and searching and searching thd internet trying to get info on this and couldn't find anything that even remotely helped me until i came across this. My son is 10 months old and doesn't know his father due to abuse etc. A couple of days ago he had his first visit in a supervised contact centre with him. My son has never been away from me before and i just had to drop him off at a strange place surrounded by strange people. It didn't go well. It was supposed to be a 2 hours visit but they had to ring me to come back and get him after 20 minutes because he was so hysterical. When i got there to get him and they brought him out to me he was doing this exact thing. I freaked out. He has never been that upset before so i had never seen it happen. It devastated and terrified me. I didn't know if it was some kind of seizure. I plan on taking him to a doctor Monday but was desperately hoping i could find something online that would put my mind at ease. He also began projectile vomiting which he has never done before and he won't eat so its definitely emotional related but not sure what it could be that caused the head twitch.
10/08/2018 at 03:13
he still does it occasionally. The dr said he does not see any seizure signs. Others who have kids have said he is hyperventilating from being so upset. I would suggest showing your dr and hopefuly it’s nothing. Good luck
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