OK so it's 12:54 am here in the UK and we've just had an amazing week with our eldest son who's registered as Autistic (since 2013), we started colustrum GC maf spray and enteric capsules Thursday last week, then added topical cream this Tuesday and the results have been nothing short of miraculous.We've not had a single meltdown since Sunday
(usually at least twice daily, but normally more than 5 or 6 - with Monday's being the worst). He seemed to get a lot worse on Friday/Saturday then had one relatively small meltdown on Sunday morning and a slight temperature all day.
Today he sat at the dinner table with us all (we're a big family and the little ones are noisy so this is a big deal) and had a meal with us for the first time in almost 2 years (he was even laughing at his little sister's gravy beard!). We also went out on a bike ride this afternoon and I suggested he went on his 3 wheel scooter but he said he wanted to try the bike, which he never does unless I attach it to my bike with a trailgator to tow him behind me (he's 8, I've been trying to teach him since he was 5 but his coordination and stamina were always terrible, not to mention his total lack of danger awareness!!!!) - well he only rode around the block twice, OK his strength is down but I was in a state of shock/disbelief at what I saw today.
The best bit about today was when he shared his bath and his bath toys with his baby sister, she grabbed his t-rex whilst he was playing with and he gently said "no we dont snatch, but it's OK you can play with it". Me and my wife were speechless (and a bit choked if I'm honest).
Prior to the above it's been hell, he's been saying that he no longer wants to live, that he wishes he was dead (which he'd always say straight after a really bad meltdown, normally after school) and we've had crisis meetings with the school as a result and have a number of experts helping support him. This week his teacher said that she's amazed at the change in him and has asked if anything's changed at home (obviously not told her that we're trying to cure his autism as we're fearful of the back lash - hence this totally anonymous post).
Now we've got a follow up meeting with the school and his support workers next week and I wanted to gauge other's feedback as I know a few of you have had successes with GC-MAF - did you share your findings with support workers, friends and family? If so, how did that go?
Seriously me and my wife are ecstatic as this represents over 6 years of research (we had suspicions since he was 2 and half and wouldn't engage with other kids and it's notoriously difficult to get diagnosis in the UK - you have to fight for the support and funding that it allows) and I've tried (and succeeded to a point) to support him with diet change (no dairy, glutent, artificial colours, sulphites, sweetners and limiting sugar intake) and supplementing (vitamin D3, liposomal vitamin C, DMG, TMG, Methyl-Folate, Sublingual Methyl B12, kefir probiotics) which had reduced the number, intensity and duration of his melt downs considerably but wasn't the cure (I now considered supplementing approach to be similar to modern medicine - patching the problem but not treating the root cause). (please note the supplements above were chosen based on blood and urine tests to get his reference ranges first).