Discussions that mention urecholine

Autism Spectrum board


Dr Mary Megson is also my son's specialist. Urecholine is a prescription medication. The first dose does need to be given in the Dr.'s office, and then your child needs to be there for an hour afterwards, to make sure that there is not an alleric reaction. There is a direct neutralizing drug for this, if neccessary.
Dr. Megson is worth the drive/air travel and expense- but be sure to see if your family history coincides with her hypotheses- as only a sub group of kids with spectrum disorders ( with an G2 alpha protein defect) respond to Urecholine and her protocol. Do a seach on google or any search engine for Megson and autism. You will find her testimony to Congress that addresses the family's medical background, etc.


[This message has been edited by rids (edited 05-17-2003).]

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