What If My Child's Primary Care Physician Is Uncomfortable With Prescribing And Following Psychotropic Drugs?

Question: What if my child's primary care physician is uncomfortable with prescribing and following psychotropic drugs?

Answer: If a primary care physician is uncomfortable prescribing medication for a child with autism, a specialist such as a child psychiatrist or developmental pediatrician who has experience and expertise with autism should manage the medication. j

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