Question by full-time mommy:
Are there any early signs of autism in babies under or just around a year old?

I’m a worry wart and my stupid mother-in-law made it even worse. She pointed out that whenever my 10 month old son enters a room that he’s not entirely familiar w/, he looks around too much and for too long. And that he is so busy looking around that it’s almost impossible to get his attention while holding him. This is true to him, but seems logical to me. But, I have noticed a couple other things that I thought we kind of different and it just made me wonder.


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Answer by A M
Lack of eye contact. Uncontrolled screaming. Lack of meeting developmental goals. If this started after immunizations, this is a real possibility. Some children are born with the defect and it doesn’t always come out. The immunization triggers this defect and the autism appears which would have stayed dormant without the shot. People will thumbs down me and say that it doesn’t give it to the kids, and it doesn’t, it triggers something that was already there. Just keep watching him. The only information you gave to me just sounds like he is very curious. You did not give any other signs. Do some research on it and visit www.thinktwice.com which has other links also where you can get tons of information. There are stories from parents that maybe you can see if the signs are similar or not.

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