Please help! My daughter has suffered with a kind of 'snorting' sniff, which then makes her cough. She has been experiencing problems with concentration at school, and her behaviour is an issue. I have heard that 'Glue Ear ' can prompt symptoms like these; also she has a habit of turning up the volume on tv and stereo. The 'snorting' is incessant, and incredibly tiring to bear! It has become so ingrained in her behaviour, that along with the problems previously mentioned, the word Autism has been applied to my daughter's condition,by an educational psychologist. However, I feel the need to explore the ENT avenue before applying this label to her! I know that people are often wrongly diagnosed, so I'd love to hear if anyone has experienced something similar.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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