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Child with cerebral palsy and getting seizures. What is the treatment? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 24-Nov-2013
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User:My child having cerebral palsy, when the time of birth she hasn’t cried & oxygen hasn’t gone to brain. From six months onwards she gets seizures. Then we were showing to Nimhans after two years it was stopped. From past one year it has been started again after changing the medicine also it is not controlling. Doctor told that we have given the maximum dosage but it is not controlling. So, now we need to admit her in hospital. . But due to non-availability of Bed the treatment is getting delay.
User:presently we giving the tablets as mentioned below
User:Rivotril .5mg - 1 - 0 - 1.5
User:Zoni Sep 50mg - 1 - 0 - 1
User:Pacitine .2mg - 1 - .5 - 1
User:Lamites 50mg - .5 - 0 - 1
User:Sodium Valparine 200mg - 1 - 0 - 1.5
User:So, i need your support to change the medicine for control the Seizures.
User:can you help me?
Doctor:I am so sorry about your baby
Doctor:How old is she now?
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User:she is presently 5 years old
User:& delay develpment
Doctor:sorry about that
User:still her neck corner hasn't came
User:no issue
Doctor:I think a child neurologist can help her better than me
Doctor:please post a query from your dashboard to child neurologist
Doctor:You would get a specific response
User:sorry still her neck control hasn't came & she is lying in the bed only.
User:ok thank you
Doctor:I am sorry
Doctor:But I wish your child recovers quickly
Doctor:Take care
User:thank you
Doctor:Bye for now
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