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Very Mild CP
Jan 24, 2001
... yr. old boy with symptoms of mild cp. He cannot talk or walk unassisted. ... (3 replies)
... After two years of PT, this week was the first time that anyone has ever mentioned the possibility of mild CP to me. ... (4 replies)
... Hello! First time posting. When I was born, I was diagnosed with mild CP, notably the spastic muscle type. I can get myself around by walking but my muscles are extremely tight and I have little flexibility. My question is.... ... (2 replies)

... But I think it's all right to put those terms together in the right context. And, yes, I think there is a range of symptoms for all of those conditions. They are serious conditions, but there has to be a way of characterizing a wide range of symptoms. ... (16 replies)
... but really nowadays it would be classified as somewhat autistic. They have allergies, and most of the time, their nose constantly runs. ... (7 replies)
... Generally my range of motion is decent, but with my legs it is getting tensed and boxed bc of the CP and bc I am a runner and should have been doing runners' stretches and such. Hence the abductor problem which is extremely affecting. ... (3 replies)
Possible CP?
May 17, 2006
... I have a daughter who is 9 months adjusted age and is not sitting yet without falling over within minutes. She is at a high risk for CP due to a brain bleed at birth. ... (7 replies)
... after birth that always affects one's muscles, and can cause other symptoms as well depending on the part of the brain that is affected. ... (7 replies)
... I had to look up dyspraxia, but I think that the brain damage that caused CP could also cause those symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... I am 25 with spastic diplegia. I am a patient again for the first time in 10 years due to worsening of my CP with age. I refuse term myself as mild, moderate etc. ... (42 replies)
... son wanted to know if God could make mistakes. I told him that, yes, I thought God had made a world where mistakes were possible and that God is in the process of learning just as we all were. ... (11 replies)
... Honestly many of the kids I know who were given a grave prognosis turned out to be so much better than expected. ... (17 replies)
... I couldn't agree with you more. Mild CPers like us are the forgotten ones. We aren't kids and were not in wheelchairs so I feel like we get the short end of the stick. I'm 38 and have definitely felt my CP symptoms get worse. ... (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)
... If not, that would determine whether she has CP or not. Take a look at the Mitochondrial Disease Foundation for more information. ... (4 replies)
... I've got mild right spastic hemiplegic cp. I was diagnosed and hospitalized for depression when I 13. ... (1 replies)
... vement im scared that my symptoms have got worse I want to be able to control this better its embarrassing and emotionally screwing me up in the past I Havnt let cp get in my way but learning about the reast of what lies with it is taking its toll! ... (4 replies)
... It does for some people. I am one of them as well. When I was younger, I was able to walk and pretty much look normal. About 10 years ago, my legs started getting worse. ... (2 replies)
... Does anyone know of any great books about ppls experiences with CP who actually have it? ... (0 replies)
... CP causes increased wear and tear on muscles, bones, joints, nerves, etc. As a result many of us get stiffer over time. ... (23 replies)


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