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My child is 7 years old. His father and I have a shared parenting agreement. However, his father is very contentious regarding ANY major decision. For example, my son has had 4 major convulsive seizures. After the last one the pediatrician referred us to a pediatric neurologist for EEG testing. His dad had a problem with this and demanded that we go get a second medical opinion. He also decided to give my son a "strobe light test"- making him stare into a strobe light to determine if his seizures were "real". Now we are in a battle over getting him tested for dyslexia. My child's teacher suggested this test (she has a degree in exceptional child education), but his father is of course arguing and threatening to remove my son from his school. Do I have a case here?
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