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... I was diagnosed with mild hemi when I was 6 months old. I learned to walk unsupported when I was 19 months old. Your child's development seems a bit slower. Has he got any physiotherapy? ... (10 replies)
... A lot of times the doctors like to use terms for CP such as diplegia and hemiplegia rather loosely. Hemiplegia if only one side is involved even though for a lot of hemiplegia cases the arm may not even be involved but because it is only on one side they use hemiplegia. ... (15 replies)
... Hi. I am new to the site. I have left hemiplegia. I didnt know there was a name for it untill now. I always told people "my left side is weaker then my right" I think mine is very mild. Bare with me on trying to explain. If I try moving my left hand fingers one at a time I feel slower and usually I cant they all go at the same time (does that make sense I hope so..) and my... (8 replies)

... a grade I IVH. I walk with bilateral AFO's. Most of the time, you can't tell I have CP except by looking at my braces. I was reading the post about driving with mild CP, and that is one of my major frustrations. I have perceptual issues, and trouble finding my way from point A to point B, so therefore I can't drive. ... (8 replies)
... Children with hemiplegia usually have normal intelligence and can attend mainstream schools, but dyslexia and other learning problems are relatively common. ... (10 replies)
... severe. But one definition of mild CP is that one is able to move independently, needs no help in daily activities and becomes an independent adult. People with mild CP usually don't have many additional disabilities besides mobility impairment, but epilepsy, dyslexia etc. can be present. ... (6 replies)
... Any info helps. Waiting is getting really tiresone, as you might expect. As for as epilepsy goes, I have complex partial epilepsy, so Alex is already at a somewhat higher risk for that. It doesn't interfere w/my life too much though. Thanks for your info, Angie (6 replies)
... common. In the letters I have recived I am told they recognize that I have cp but will not give me ss. Im curious to know if this has happend to anyone else with mild cp. ... (3 replies)
... I am in the process of undergoing intense use of my affected side (I have mild spastic hemiplegia on my entire right side). It entails me using my right side, particularly my hand, a lot, and also doing constraint induced movement therapy. Like normal full-side hemis, my hand is affected more than my leg. I have noticed improvement already in my hand function and weight... (3 replies)
... My son has mild spastic hemiplegia. ... (8 replies)
... really didn't have much time. I don't know anyone else who has CP or to get really narrowed down, spastic diplegia. I don't really know what you would consider mild spastic diplegia, etc.. ... (23 replies)
... I've heard that diplegics very often have some mild problems in their upper limbs even if their legs are clearly more affected. ... (15 replies)
... My granddaughter of 8 years has a mild hemiplegia and suffers absences, about once a week. Are there medicines or another form of treatment? ... (0 replies)
... My name is Will, and I am almost 45yo. My childhood diagnosis is spastic diplegia, with my right leg being the main offender. I now suspect I have mild hemiplegia on the right side. I had hamstring surgery on both legs, and heelcord on right foot. ... (13 replies)
... I have mild hemiplegia on the left side and will be 22 in August. I had seizures on and off from age 8 to 16. Before every seizure, I vomited and lost consciousness. ... (7 replies)
... due to the same reasons that you have stated. I am surprised, but my spatial and depth perception as well as reflexes are pretty affected, despite having a very mild form of CP. I think of myself as a pretty average person, so always though I would be able to drive, but apparently not so. ... (8 replies)
... Hey guys! I am 42 with spastic L hemiplegia. I get BOTOX shots to relieve spasticity, and I take ti****dine (zanaflex), which works rather well for me. I was offered baclofen but they (docs) decided that the sedative effects would be more of a negative effect than the good the drug would do for the spasticity. I wasn't sure that the zanaflex was actually doing anything... (16 replies)
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Apr 15, 2006
... I don't know anything about dentures, but I've worn dental splints and retainers because of various tooth and jaw problems. My CP (mild hemiplegia) has not caused any complications when wearing those things. (9 replies)
... Diplegia means 2, and Hemiplegia means one side. CP comes in many forms, and with some other stuff along for the ride. ... (15 replies)
... If you've had no seizures by that age, you probably never will (at least for reasons related to CP). Slowness may be a personality trait, it doesn't necessarily have anything to do with CP. If other members in your family are slow, too, it may be genetic. Have you always had those decision-making difficulties? If you haven't, they can be caused by depression, for example. (3 replies)

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