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    CarolineRhae posted:
    I have a problem that there is nothing for our kids that have Firbromyaligan. I have a 12 year old girl, who is also ADAH and can't sleep much and all kinds of problems, What can we do for our kids.

    jrae922 responded:
    Hi Caroline -

    I was diagnosed at 17 although I may have had Fibromyalgia as early as 13. The best recommendation I have is to take your daughter to a pediatric rheumatologist. My rheumatologist treats children as young as 6. They can prescribe meds to help with sleep, like a very low dosage of trazodone. Don't take no for an answer - keep pressing until you find a doctor that will treat your daughter.

    Good Luck and (((hugs))) to you and your daughter,

    CarolineRhae replied to jrae922's response:
    thanks will keep trying, God bless.

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