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... I am new at using the message board, so please be patient. I also have a little boy who has been diagnosed with spastic cerebral palsy. ... (23 replies)
... m 28, years old. I was diagnosing at 3 months because I was favoring my left hand. In addition, specialist told my parents that infants at those ages do not favoring hands. My mother had told me that placenta abruption had occurred and Meconium Aspiration had also gone into my lung. ... (10 replies)
... I don't post here often, but I thought I'd respond to your request for "good news." I'm a 30 year old woman, who was diagnosed with mild spastic diplegia at about Evan's age. I had two surgeries on my achilles and hamstrings when I was a child, and now walk unaided fairly easily. ... (8 replies)

... Hey, i am 20 years old now and i was diagnosed with mild spastic diplegia also. ... (8 replies)
... I have spastic diplegia and am 16 years old. When I was diagnosed the doctors told my parents that I'd never walk. In the beginning I was very floppy and they didn't know what my mental capabilities were. ... (8 replies)
... and he has spastic diplegia CP. No matter how hard I try, I just CAN'T seem to accept it. To watch him everyday kills me inside. The pain is ALWAYS there and NEVER goes away. ... (38 replies)
... ge and it was in several areas. My son is legally blind so he can't really see the other kids playing so he doesn't get too down about that it's only when other parents try to take kids away from playing with him that he gets hurt. ... (23 replies)
... Am I right in guessing your child has right side spastic hemi? ... (38 replies)
... My son has mild spastic hemiplegia. ... (8 replies)
... My son's hemiplegic (do I have the term right -- one side affected?) and started walking sometime in his second year. Do you work with a pediatric PT? A good pediatric PT is good at motivating a child. I remember struggling to get my son not to crawl up and down steps. Sometimes it was a battle of the wills, but I remember how important it was for him to learn that skill... (77 replies)
... My son started walking with a walker (Gator reverse gait trainer) at 4 years old, after his first tendon lengthening surgery. Before that he could take a few steps if someone was holding on to him. He can now walk short distances without his walker, but falls a lot and is unable to catch himself. He walks unassisted at home holding on to walls and furnature, but uses his... (77 replies)
... looks like it was started in Feb. of 2003 and someone posted a response recently which revived it. Yeah! I am a mother of 3 year old twin girls, one of whom has spastic diplegia. She walks short distances with a walker, but her left foot turns in pretty severely which trips her up. ... (77 replies)
... I'm sure it has to be hard for you to have one "normal" girl and a disabled...I have an older "normal" sister, and my parents have never treated me any differently. ... (13 replies)
... was since my parents never told me, but I was in PT for a long time for various motor delays and saw a rehabilitation physician. ... (8 replies)
... door... Kaitlyn also had spastic diplegia. ... (10 replies)
... Our son Noah has spastic diplegia, and he sometimes used a walker, too, before he had his SDR surgery. ... (10 replies)
... I haven't been on the board in forever!!! I am looking for anyone's experiences or advice. My son is 2 years old and 10 months. He has spastic diplegia, his legs are mostly affected and it's just his calves that are tight. He still can't walk, but he can army crawl. ... (77 replies)
... His neurologist said he didn't have huge hemoraging that went deep into the cortex of the brain stem. He is spastic diplegia. ... (77 replies)
... ADPDOPEY & to everyone else: I don't understand when you say your infants were cranky. Mine is AWFUL, he's 18 months old & he just crys & screams & crys & screams. He has spastic diplegia & I was wondering, is this normal for them to scream like this when they have CP & if it is normal why do they scream ALL THE TIME? My baby has had the WORST past 3-4 weeks & even worst... (77 replies)
... twin girls, born at 27 weeks. They spent 9 weeks in the NICU. One had a grade 3 bleed and has spastic diplegia. ... (13 replies)

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