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Can stem cell treatment help to cure ADHD ?

My son is 8 yrs old diagonised with Spastic CP right hemiphelia with hydrocephaleus. is undergoing physiotherapy since 3yrs old. diagonised as ADHD . Has history of convulsions since 4 yrs. MRI done when he was 5.8 yrs show periventricular leukomalacia compensated gross communicating hydrocephaleus and thin corpus callosum and hypoplastic inferior vermis. Cannot concentrate, talkative, difficulty in walking, lack of clarity in speech, delayed milestones , throws tantrums. IQ on BKT falls in the range of mild impairement of intellectual functioning. Not able to hold pencil, eye hand coordination poor. What treatment for ADHD. Will stem cell treatment be good. Which hospital in Mumbai offer this and what cost.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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for CP u can con., physiotherapy and u can also do a botox treatment. and for ADHD u can do a treament called sensory integretaion . i am doing both the treatment
stem cell is usefull but it differ patients to patients
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