Rett syndrome

Brain and Nervous System
November 30, 2018

Could your child have Rett syndrome?

Rett syndrome is a rare, severe neurological condition that affects mainly girls. When it comes to diagnosis, the age varies but often infants only start to show signs between the age of 12 and 18 months. Symptoms can come on suddenly or progress slowly over time. The most common symptoms of Rett syndrome include: Slowed growth. Stunted development can affect the size of a baby’s head (small head) and brain growth. This becomes clearer as your baby grows older. Lack of language skills. Kids with Rett syndrome may struggle with social and language skills between the ages of one to…
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