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... Hi, I'm a 49 yr old female with diagnosis of Spastic Diplegia. My first Neurologist appt. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, thanks for answering. May I ask what you did not like about botox? My reasons for not wanting that pump that doctors seem to LOVE is that I don't want this big thing sticking out of my stomach (I am skinny so even more so) that needs maintenance forever and ever amen. Also, what I want so badly is to look better, less of a freak (yes I am hard on myself)--not having... (9 replies)
... I am 35 with "mild" spastic diplegia. ... (9 replies)

... re every mum who has a child with CP wants to know that!! But I am just trying to gauge what things will be like for him. How much should I push him to do pt all the time, and he is really smart but finds it hard to keep up in class and he is only in grade 2. Any help or insight the older members can give would be good. ... (1 replies)
Just diagnosed
Aug 7, 2007
... son who has just been diagnosed with spastic diplegia. ... (6 replies)
Jul 5, 2008
... Hello Im new to the message board I came across this board whilst browsing google for tips re potty training toddlers with mild spastic diplegia. It was nice to read the threads from older children with mild CP. ... (1 replies)
Battling fatigue
May 14, 2003
... wow! I just spent the last half hour reading your messages! While I do not have CP, two of my daughters do. ... (627 replies)
Will she regress?
Nov 27, 2010
... Hi there, i have an 18month little girl who was diagnosed spastic diplegia at 11 mts old. She was prem. ... (2 replies)
... She had PT OT and speech, and in elementary school she was in special ed part of the day for learning disabilities. ... (8 replies)
CP and Walkers
Feb 4, 2005
... My name is Samantha. I spastic diplegia. I've used forearm crutches since i was 7 years old i think . i wore AFOs from the time i was 3 till i was 5 years old. I am now 17 years and a senior in highschool planning on going to college in the fall. ... (3 replies)
... I feel for you, because we too have been where you are right now. It's the waiting.. the not knowing.. wondering what the future holds.. feeling self pity and pity for our daughter. ... (5 replies)
... I am new to this board and wanted to say thank you to those of you who are sharing your experiences with SDR. My son has mild CP spastic diplegia and we are looking at future SDR surgery. ... (46 replies)
... moderate spastic diplegia and is just now learning to use the crutches. She gets upset when she hears the other kids asking what is "wrong" with her. She is stunningly beautiful and I truly hope that her future is filled with acceptance and love from others. ... (78 replies)
Apr 5, 2004
... had questions. I've always assumed I'd have a baby, but I've wondered about carrying it upstairs. I find it so much easier to use a rail when going up and down the stairs, so how do you handle stairs and a baby? ... (14 replies)
New here...
Sep 10, 2007
... There were a total of 10 shots. This last one he got, they gave him alot of botox in his hamstrings which really has paralyzed them, so he has to stand and use his hips more. ... (4 replies)
... I was so glad to see a posting from you when I got on the board. I also got another one from someone else. My son is 18 months old. ... (77 replies)
... I have spastic diplegia. ... (16 replies)
... I know I'm not the person you are replying to, and although I do think you have a point, I agree with strawberry. ... (15 replies)

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