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You’re born with autism, but sometimes it’s diagnosed later. You can’t always tell with children and infants, because not everyone has the same degree of severity of autism, and it doesn’t affect everyone in the same way.i am confused
do your child develope autism in the whomb and does it always show in infancy and childhood or does it also suddenly appear in puberty or adult hood?
i still want to know .... can the autism be cured with cognitive theraphy or thought work like psychological issues can ? or is it something much deeper and rooted in the brain .. thats all i want to know...
since my condition bettered with thoughts and it goes away and ia m ona path to be completely symptom less meaning no more learning dissabilties....
to be more exact my learning dissabilities were not too abnormal it is like being very distracted or bored and notconcentrated.... but to me it all goes away and is increasingly going away the issues.. but its done with cogntiive theraphy and medications that are geared twoard menta problems. and as i said i never had any autism symptoms
exactly why does it sound that i dont have autism... thats what i want to know..can you tell me ..
that is what i am trying to find out.
well isnt it easy to know?
that if my symptoms can get cured meaning i get all normal at times and now i am soon going to be normal forever that doesnt indicate that iam not autistic? since what i think you are saying is that autistic people can NOT get normal or become normal meaning loose all their symptoms
am i wrong?
shouldt it be easy to answer me? since you are saying autistic people do not become normal or completely normal ever.... but when i am saying i do become completely normal at times and i am soon going to be completely normal ... doesnt that answer my question and that i am not autistic?