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Old 06-09-2010, 05:51 PM   #5
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Re: Sleep and Cerebral Palsy

Hi again, my little girl has just turned 4. She slept ok when she was a baby but as she got older and her tone increased that's when the sleep issues started.

She's just recently had a huge growth spurt, it was almost like the bones took advantage of the effects of her recent botox releasing her muscles, but she's gotten very tight again and I've noticed she's sleeping really poorly again. It's about an average of 10 times a night from the time she goes to bed that I'm having to tend to her. I'm hoping they'll put her down to get more botox at our next CP clinic visit.