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Posted by dajarlingtea on May 13, 2000 at 17:55:02:

In Reply to: AGING posted by KRISTEN on March 15, 2000 at 17:50:47:

: MY BOYFRIEND HAS CEREBAL PALSY. IT IS ONLY IN HIS LEGS AND A TINY TINY BIT IN HIS SPEECH. HE WALKS WITH ONE CRUTCH, WHICH TO ME IS A TINY CASE OF CP. HIS BALANCE IS OFF AND HE FALLS SOMETIMES. WILL THIS GET WORSE WITH AGE? AND WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF OUR CHILDREN HAVING CEREBAL PALSY IF THAT IS OUR CHOICE IN THE FUTURE? I WOULD APPRECIATE SOMEONE RESPONDING TO THIS AND HELP TO EDUCATE ME ABOUT CEREBAL PALSY, THANK YOU


My experience with aging is that women do get worse if they have C.P. If the women has children it might increase their chances to get worse. I don't know about men though.

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