Developmental dyspraxia

What is Developmental dyspraxia?

Development dyspraxia is a disorder that affects motor skill development. People with dyspraxia have trouble planning and completing fine motor tasks. This can vary from simple motor tasks such as waving goodbye to more complex tasks like brushing teeth.

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my son was diagnosed with anxiety disorder and possible PTSD. he has multiple health issues including epilepsy, global dyspraxia, hypotonia,...

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I admire you for positive outlook.

He has cognitive delay and neurological issues.

PTSD is difficult to say in this case.

It is more or less...

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Can one of the symptoms of Dyspraxia be foot drop? My son has had several diagnoses over the last 10 years ranging from Motor and verbal dyspraxia...

doctor1 MD

Hi, sorry to hear about your son.
While reading the first part of your description itself, CMT was on my mind. CMT is not uncommon. CMT can present...

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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....

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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...

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