My grandaughter is 21 months old. A couple months ago my son (her father) showed me what happens when he sits her on his lap and spins around in an office chair. As soon as they stop her body goes stiff with her arms and legs sticking out and she shakes all over and her eyes twitch. It wasn't as dramatic as a grand mal seizure - I have seen one of those, but its definitely not normal. He spun her around again and it happened again. He thought it was funny, I told him to stop and that it definitely isn't normal. Tonight I saw a program on tv about Moyamoya disease. Her shaking was similar to the infant on that show. She also screamed inconsolably many nights as they said the kid with Moyamoya did. She's had a lot of tests because of slow physical development and her head being a little larger than it should but no problems have been discovered and she now seems normal other than if she spins around. What, if anything can I suggest her parents do?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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