1431Re: [Families of Angelman Syndrome] New to Group
- May 7, 2006Now that you mention it, Brayden was also a late walker. He was about
2-2.5 years old when he started to walk. We were just told that he
had extrememly low muscle tone.
We are still waiting for the results of his test for Angelman.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Robbie Montgomery"
> We thought Sawyer's difficulties were due to a virus called CMV. I had
> accepted that too until she started having "drop seizures" I didn't know
> what they were at the time. I thought she was over tired or it was just
> due to her poor balance.She would be standing up and then eyes shut
> briefly and she would catch herself before falling or just fall.
> only once in a while a year ago but then they started happening like 10and it
> times a day. We went to the neurologist and the first test too came back
> negative but then they did another specific test FISCH test I think
> was positive. We met with geneticists a couple of weeks ago and theytook
> my husbands blood and mine to see if this was caused between the twoof us
> or if it is something in my family genes.names
> She has two characteristics which don't totally fit AS. She has retinal
> scarring and she has protowords which start with /b and p/. She has
> for things and different vocalizations. However, everything elsefits AS.
> She is walking and starting to jump and run. I feel she has come so far
> due to therapy which started when she was 3 months old.
> Robbie Montgomery, M.S, SLP-CCC
> Speech-Language Pathologist
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