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Suggest Treatment For Loss Of Balance In People With Xyy Chromosome

My son is 26 and was diagnosed as a baby with xyy chromosomes he has agressive behaviors can not talk and is intellectually delayed. when he does anything physical his balance is way off, and he shakes thru his body and limbs his tongue also is affected how can we stop this.
Fri, 26 Dec 2014
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Hi,
Welcome to healthcare Magic!
The XYY disorder results in aggressive behavior, low learning capabalities and poor social adjustment behaviors. Imbalance may be related to neurological sequelae or the any middle year ailment. It highly recommended that the boy should get evaluated by a local physician for his new problems and should be treated accordingly.
I hope the advise would be informative and useful for you.
Take Care!
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Suggest Treatment For Loss Of Balance In People With Xyy Chromosome

Hi, Welcome to healthcare Magic! The XYY disorder results in aggressive behavior, low learning capabalities and poor social adjustment behaviors. Imbalance may be related to neurological sequelae or the any middle year ailment. It highly recommended that the boy should get evaluated by a local physician for his new problems and should be treated accordingly. I hope the advise would be informative and useful for you. Take Care!