The mother of a 3-month-old baby who has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of autism is struggling with the fact that her daughter, Jadyn, is going through the same thing.
Jadyn is suffering from Asperger’s syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by social anxiety and sensory overload.
Aspergers is often misdiagnosed and treated as a developmental disorder, but experts say it’s much more complex.
When Jadlyn first came into the world, her parents thought she had Down syndrome, but she was born with a genetic condition called Aspergillosis, which affects the development of her brain.
They are trying to find a cure for her condition.
A recent diagnosis has Jadlynn’s parents, Nicole and Michael, on edge.
They say Jad was diagnosed with autism at a young age, and they don’t understand why she’s so different.
“We’re struggling with understanding what it’s really like for Jad to have a baby with an autistic child,” Nicole said.
Jade, who has autism spectrum disorder, is being referred to as a baby by her parents.
She is the second baby with autism to have their baby diagnosed with Aspergs.
The first, a girl named Olivia, was born in August 2017.
Jades mother said she has learned that autism is more complex than her understanding of it.
Jadelin is currently in her first trimester of the pregnancy.
She and Jadyna have been in constant contact since she was conceived.
Jadelin said that her baby’s autism is one of the most complex things about being a mom.
“As a mom, you have to be able to say, ‘How do I cope with this?'”
“If you don’t, you’re going to have some issues.”
Jadelina’s mother is concerned that Jadina could suffer a relapse.
She said she’s worried about Jad not being able to socialize or communicate.
“I’ve got some questions,” Jadelini said.