My son almost 4 has been diagnosed with sensory processing disorder. He was induced, I had an ipedural and he was vacuumed extractedAnswer Question
If you are saying you think your son has sensory processing disorder from the vacuum extraction, or epidural , I think your logic is wrong. Its a neurological disorder. The vacuum may deform the shape of his head temporarily not what is inside. It is difficult to point out which, when, and if environmental elements may have contributed to his condition. Sometime diet change can help manage some of the symptoms, as well as a neatly structured lifestyle.
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