My son was diagnosed with ASD on Feb. 24th at Kennedy Kreiger. He is 2 1/2. He missed every milestone that most kids reach, and I told his old dr. this-and he insisted to me nothing was wrong, that he was developing at his own pace. We switched drs. when he was 19 mths old, and got him the help he needs.
Now I need to see a doctor (my pcp is the dr. that my son saw up until he was 19 months, he is a family practitioner). In the last 4-5 days I have noticed a change in how I am feeling. I am very tired, my chest feels weird-it doesn't hurt, but feels somewhat tight-and I am urinating sooo much that it wakes me up 3-4 times a night, and I go at least 10x a day. I want to go to a dr, but I don't trust my dr. anymore. Should I maybe just wait it out, see if it's a phase, or maybe just a mental issue since my son was diagnosed? Any thoughts?
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