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How long will it take for the cerebellar ataxia to recover?

hi my son had chicken pox 15 days back and then he developed shaking of legs and hands and head. MRI says it as cerebellar ataxia, now after 25 days he has stopped head shaking but he is not able to walk, how long will it take for the cerebellar ataxia to recover?
Fri, 23 Oct 2009
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I think you it will take time for any of this to get cleared. yuou just need to wait for full recovery
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What did his doc say? These should have resolved in a months time. Get a check done soon and find out if some thing else is teh problem.

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