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Do medications treat sensory-related developmental disabilities?

Medications are generally not helpful in treating the sensory problems involved in sensory-related developmental disabilities. However, these developmental disabilities can have other symptoms as well. Antianxiety medications, stimulants, and antidepressant drugs may be used to treat other symptoms of these disorders.

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