my daughter is 3 in june, she cant walk cant talk, has hypotonia, sleep is really bad, been given melatonin but that doesn't work one bit. she drools, bites everything she can. her ears are really soft, u can double fold them and are low set, she has no bridge to her nose.her eyes are a little wide spaced. she don't really have tears when she cries. her teeth are really spaced out. she cant feed herself with a spoon but can finger food, cant drink from beaker or cup, only a baby bottle. she chews abit but would rather just swallow which makes her choke. cant un/dress herself, cant go on potty. she doesn't understand anything, so its hard to teach her right from wrong, she hardly feels pain. she shakes her head as we say no really fast from side to side, she tightens her hands and arms an legs to straight alot. she makes this crow like sound or says something like EEEEEEEEEEE really loud alot, and has really bad temper tantrums (we think she is frustrated because we don't understand what she wants) but she throws things hits out, bites herself bites others, kicks out. she doesn't like it when there's alot of noise or if people around are arguing, laughing loud etc. but when shes happy she is happy, big smiles on her face, hugs kisses the lot.she loves her books, well turning the pages alot and her press down top toy and music, and will stop doing anything if her favorite song kings of leon sex on fire comes on??? she has a bad developmental delay.
she has been tested for cerebral palsy and angleman syndrome.
i was wondering if any of this sounds familiar to anyone or if you know what it could be? im looking into everything myself as we have to wait 6 months every time to see her doctor.
please help. thanks
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