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Cerebral palsy, pixe patient. Disease reverts when tensed. Taking epsoval, escoplus, lopazesum. Treatment and advise?

In born time I am a cerebral palsy man both legs are not straghit. but now in 4 years iam a pixe patient .8 tablets are using night.and two tablets are using morning. but no fine.iam working internet cafe that time tension comming in some matter that disease comming in looking any property that time changes are comming and some time normal situation comming now iam using epsoval, escoplus. ab-dip, lopazesum, ab-nolpressure ,but no good fine doctor please give an information to this diseas?
Asked On : Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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This is not the infectious disease nor a genetic disease in fact this is damage dome to the brain during development either, intrauterine, during birth, or after birth, the exact cause is not known but could be due to hypoxia, hope this information helps you have nice day.
Answered: Fri, 28 Mar 2014
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