I was hoping someone would be able to help me please. I have 2 year old twins boys and one is having problems.
Generally his coordination is quite poor and he often trips over. When he runs it looks like his upper body twists slightly and he can really only manage a fast walk. It is very hard to pinpoint but it doesn;t look right.
What has prompted me to wirte in though is that although he has had leg tremors for some time he has began to fall over when he is having one. The tremors seem to have no prompt - they usually occur when he is sitting on my lap or being held or having his nappy changed. Today he was having one and so I stood him up. His foot curled under and he fell but his foot doesn;t curl under when he is having a tremor normally. Last week He was on the floor and stood up to walk and his foot did the same thing, it was like he had no feeling in it and it dragged or curled under and so he fell over again. He stood himself up again and the foot did it again and he fell. he got upset and so I picked him up.
This is so frustrating as I have had him at the physio and paed doc. The Doc said structurally he was fine and the pyhsio says he is fine also. I do not agree with them I know smething isn;t right with my baby. There are other things about his movements that also seem "off" but its very hard to pinpoint and articulate.
Any help would be appreciated.
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