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Parent message:
07.26.03
20:23
Medication for Drooling
Tameka Baylor (DaVante@aol.com)
Current message:
07.27.03
08:16
drooling medication
Laura Thompson (jwlt113@aol.com)
My son is 31/2 and he too drools a lot. Is this a symtom of "cerebral palsy"? I am freaking out about this. He does show lack of coordination and tends to walk on his toes frequently. Should I be highly concerned?
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08.10.03
23:45
Drooling, toe-walking, and coordination problems
Jeanne Malmberg (malmberg@crl.nmsu.edu)
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