My daughter was such a sweet little smiling baby. She loved to cuddle and never cried. Then the hurricane moved in. She started having seizures(partial complex from frontal lobe) right before she turned 3. For a year now, she has been on several different meds and I have seen my once serene little girl fade before my eyes. She is very disobediant and loves to yell and scream. She is on Risperdol for her behaviors, but even that doesn't seem to be working. I feel so bad when I have to get on to her, because I don't know if she can even help it. The doc said that her mood could change, but it's been such a drastic change. Anyone have any ideas?
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