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... My son is now 3 and we were referred to see a specialist after his 6 month check up by his pediatrician. He started PT and OT at 7 months and then we added speech and developmental at 16 months. ... (7 replies)
... Has anyone had a child show signs at 6 months and turn out to be mild? ... (7 replies)
... Hi I have a six month old little girl who cannot sit up unsupported, Her arms are stiff and she seems to have a hard time reaching for toys and sometimes her arms fly around like she cant control them. ... (6 replies)

... Hi Roxanne, I’m not a parent or doctor, just a person with CP myself. Please don’t work yourself into a panic thinking the worst for your daughter. By all means I’m not saying don’t worry, just don’t let “the worst” consume your thoughts. Take a moment to breathe. CP is caused my injury to the brain in the first 3 years of life, some before birth or during delivery.... (7 replies)
... My 12 month old son has been seen by 2 separate neurologists now, and neither one will give a diagnosis beyond reflexive hypertonia. ... (14 replies)
... month old son Parker was diagnosed with hypertonia today. He is scheduled to have a CT scan on Thursday and see a neurologist on Friday. ... (10 replies)
... To Freestyles: I was SO glad to see your posting. Way back when my son was 5-6 months old & the doctor's in the small town where I live (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario) kept telling me to go home he had colic, stop feeding him to much, blah blah blah, me & my husband finally got so fed up, we just jumped in our truck with our infant & drove 8 hours to Toronto Hospital just for... (19 replies)
... and he was delivered a healthy 6 lbs 13 oz baby boy. ... (2 replies)

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