2. Don’t be frustrated by the diagnosis of the disorder.
Many doctors believe that autism is a medically treatable (CURE) disease (DISEASE). They are people who have miraculously cured autism. Confidence from their own experiences makes them willing to take on any criticism in the world and take on challenges.
I am also one of those doctors.
Most doctors who try to treat autism have a clear understanding that autism is an autoimmune disease. Therefore, it is thought that autism can be cured by removing the cause of autoimmunity and controlling the inflammatory response. However, the attempts of various medical practitioners have not yet been unified because the causes of autism are very complex, so the treatment must be made in a complex way.
So, there is only a difference in the treatment that doctors who advocate autism treatment focus on. Now is the time for such diverse therapies to be tried and reported and to accumulate information on possible treatments. If this time is repeated, there will come the point when it is established as a completed treatment someday.
To me, autism is a disease.
I am arguing that autism is an autoimmune disease resulting from a double infection, viral and enterobacterial infection. It is also thought to be a disease caused by a viral infection, the most fundamental cause. Therefore, by blocking viral and bacterial infections and undergoing an autoimmune recovery process, autism shows a rapid improvement process.
If the treatment responds correctly, the improvement does not take long to appear. In just two weeks, we can see that eye contact increases and observation of people increased. And the most case, at about 6-9 months, they get out of the autistic aspect and are in a state where they can try and develop social interactions independently. And after that, you can continue the steady improvement process.
Such a rapid improvement response is not a disorder but a disease in which inflammation is the cause. Unfortunately, occasionally, in the case of old age, there are cases of prolonged improvement, which is only a limitation of my treatment and not a limitation of the possibility of the progress of autism disease.
I want to make an obvious claim.
Autism is a disease, not a disability. Therefore, it is reasonable to rename autism spectrum disorder as autism spectrum disease.
Don’t be discouraged by the diagnosis of disability.
Countless visionaries are trying to get your kids out of autism. Discussing your child’s life with them is the only way to create hope.