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Suffering from dyspraxia, Raynaud's, nose bleeds, low BP, stiff joints. Has sore spot on head. Reason?

My son is 19 years old. He has a few health issues. Dyspraxia , raynauds, he suffers with nose bleeds ,low blood pressure and stiff/sore joints. Since as far back as I can remember he has complained of a sore head when anyone touches it. When he was born by c-section 2 weeks early, he was a blue baby and I noticed he had a very obvious line across his head from ear to ear and his soft spot took a very long time to start to cover. I m not sure if it s gone totally as he won t let me touch his head. What can this be and should I look further in too it
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, Look mam you said Raynaud's in fact Raynaud's disease and Raynaud's Phenomenon, are two different conditions, what type of condition your son got, is not cleared here, second dyspraxia, could be, due some damage to cerebral cortex, low BP can not be itself,, the reason of it need to find out, and treat accordingly, for stiff joint give some analgesic, Keep in touch with HCM, take care of your son.
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