I have a three year old son who has super sensetive hearing. Just a slightly higher octave makes him cover his ears. Lately my husband and I have noticed for the past few months he seems to twitch. He touches his ears frequently and his nose too. He will move his head side to side to cover his ears but when we ask him if his ears hurt he says no. Even the doctors cannot find anything physically wrong with him. Is this him just adjusting to him growing or is this a concerning behavior to check out that could be a sign of something more? He is growing corretly in his behaviors as well. He hit all his milestones on time or early and he is a very loving and sweet person. I am really concerned and would love to get some imput from anyone!:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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