i would appreciate it if any mom will explain to me the difference between low muscle tone and having cerebral palsy? do doctors immediately know he difference ?do early therapy and i don't mean an severe case of palsy i mean mild palsy or mild muscle tone i need to hear from mom;s that babies hAve cerebral Pusey when they SAT stood crowl walk and talked compare to muscle toe issues. alone family is driving me crazy saying the doctors are lying an she retarded and belongs in a wheel chair ? she only two please explain the differences, and isn't cerebral palsy caught at birth? also isent cerebeal palsy when they loss oxigen at birth i dont ge it at all.Answer Question
Answer by TiccledBlue at 6:07 AM on May. 19, 2009
When we thought my DD might have CP we took her to a Neurologist. She was diagnosed with low muscle tone at birth. All her milestones were very delayed. The Neurologist saw her at around 12 months old and said pretty much right away that she does not have CP.
She is almost 6 years old and still has low muscle tone in her upper body. Her core muscles are getting quite strong as well as her lower muscles. She crawls very well and is just now starting to walk.
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