My daughter was born to term, normal weight, head circumference and length. It was a c-section b/c my blood pressure went up to an unsafe level, other than that the pregnancy was normal. At 2 months she would not stop crying, all day and all night. Tested for everything at Children's Hospital LA. Diagnosis was gastric reflux. Over the past 18 months, she is 20 months now, there are more symptoms. She has a small head that she can not hold up, can not sit up, crawl, walk, talk or hold anything in her hands. We know that it is some sort of global delay, what is causing it is what we can not figure out. Docs are sure that it is genetic, yet they come up blank after chromosome testing. Physical therapists are sure that it is neurological. Any thoughts, I cant even find anything else to beg them to test her on.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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