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Trouble with diagnosis

Postby aki456 » Wed May 26, 2010 8:50 am

Hello. I am hoping someone can steer me in the right direction. My daughter is 2 1/2 and was recently diagnosed with Triple X syndrome. Many of her symptoms are due to that but she has ones that are not, such as spasticity in her muscles. The three physical therapists that she sees are all very good and all say she presents as if she has a mild CP. I took her to the CP clinic near me and they completely dismissed my concerns and said she did not have increased tone. All three therapists say she does. She has poor oral motor, awful and delayed speech and is very weak on her left side in addition to the increased tone.
I am in San Diego, California. Does anyone have any suggestions???
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Re: Trouble with diagnosis

Postby tamar » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:11 am

According to my knowledge, your daughter is in attack of Cerebral palsy because all the symptoms you described above( poor oral motor, awful and delayed speech and is very weak on her left side). I think you should consult a good numerologist for proper help and treatment.
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Re: Trouble with diagnosis

Postby subrata » Fri Feb 18, 2011 7:34 am

Typically, doctors diagnose cerebral palsy in infants by testing their motor skills and thoroughly analyzing their medical history. A medical history, diagnostic tests, and regular check-ups may be required to confirm the diagnosis of CP or to eliminate the possibility of other disorders.
there are some way of diagonisis
*Computed tomography (CT) scan
*Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan
Cerebral palsy is generally diagnosed in the first year or two after birth, but it's often difficult to diagnose in the first six months. Each year, about 5,000 American babies and infants are diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
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Re: Trouble with diagnosis

Postby Justinjude » Wed Nov 07, 2012 9:22 pm

The symptoms described above are common symptoms of cerebral palsy. If your child is having spasticity of body on one side, having difficulty in urinating, having abnormal movements or slow movements are all signs of CP. Consult a pediatrician, having experience in treating neurodevelopmental disorders and a physical therapist to evaluate the muscle tone and strength.
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Re: Trouble with diagnosis

Postby TrishlaCP » Thu Jul 14, 2016 10:57 pm

Contact with cerebral palsy specialist Dr. Jitendra Kumar Jain at Trishla Foundation.
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Re: Trouble with diagnosis

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