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Polymicrpgyria /ADHD / Sensory Processing disorder with speech delays and autistic features
It;s not really just one question because i have so many about all of the above. My 3 year old has been diagnosed with all of these things, and I'm learning as much as i can about each one individually. My main concern is trying to figure out how they will all affect him together as a whole. If someone knows any info on these conditions I would love to hear from you and hopefully talk about this a little more in depth. thank you. jenn
my son has all those aspects he has pmg very slow with speech and has behavior probs but they can't tell me what yet very anoying as t hav 2 other children 2&1( after 2yr old said I couldn't get preg again! so big suprise!!)
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