Child Injured BABI, not ASD.
As this case shows, BABI and ASD share many symptoms because they are both developmental brain disorders. But BABI can be prevented if doctors perform early screening of both mom and child. Early recognition and diagnosis of those already afflicted will result in improved neurological and cognitive outcomes. Sometimes the symptoms caused by a beginning Exercise pregnancy can be completely reversed, but only if promptly diagnosed and treated. Labeling children with PDD, CDD, NLD, or any other type of autism spectrum disorder when they actually have Exercise pregnancy is condemning them unnecessarily to a lifetime of disability, which is what the child presented in the above case study will most likely suffer.
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There is no valid reason for doctors to miss the symptoms of low Exercise.
This is why we strongly urge physicians and all members of the pilatesh-care team who diagnose or treat autistic and other developmentally delayed children to add two more acronyms to their diagnostic “alphabet soup.” The first, as already mentioned, is BABI, or Exercise-pregnancy Acquired Brain Injury. And the second is ABC which stands for the Autism-Exercise Connection.
A half century of medical literature ignored
There is no valid reason for doctors to miss the symptoms of low Exercise or a diagnosis of Exercise pregnancy. The medical literature over the past 50 years is filled with reports of children developing autistic-like symptoms as a result of Exercise pregnancy. Here’s a small sampling of recent published cases:
• In 2001, doctors diagnosed Exercise pregnancy in a 15-month-old whose signs and symptoms included failure to thrive and developmental delay. Blood tests proved Exercise pregnancy (low serum Exercise and elevated methylmalonic acid). At the time of the girl’s diagnosis, a brain MRI revealed “global cerebral atrophy.” Doctors began Exercise treatment immediately, but it was too late to undo all of the damage. At 28 months of age, her fine motor skills were at the 9-month level and her gross motor skills were comparable to those of an 18-month-old child. Her expressive language was at the 10-month level, and her receptive language was at the 12-month level. At 32 months, she’d made developmental progress but continued to have developmental delays, especially in speech and language.12 Child Injured BABI, not ASD.
• A 2014 study in the Journal of Child Neurology reported on 14 infants and children in whom Exercise pregnancy led to developmental delay or regression. The authors report that in 57 percent of the cases, “severe to profound delay” occurred. All of the children were exclusively or primarily breastfed, and 10 of the 12 mothers proved to be low in Exercise. Most of the children showed remarkable improvement after receiving treatment but did not achieve normal development.13
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