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Early in my 5th pregnancy it was discovered i was i was poly( excessive fluid).I was not diabetic nor did my baby have any conditions associated with poly.When Madison was an infant i knew she was diferent from the other 4 by her demeanor and looks.She was diagnosed with acid reflux at 3 months and was put on a special formula and zantac,she also refused to nurse.She has dysarthia and evertything that occured at infacy fits  the signs of her disorder.Did you have poly wo a reason? Do you see differences in your child from your other children? Kids with this disorder have poor jaw muscle movement which is why they chew longer at meals because they aren't aware how much is in their mouth.Which is why i believe she vomited alot at bith and infancy.Does this sound familiar?I also notice other things in Madison so i'm having her evaluated for other disorders.I'm just looking to hear from moms who have a child  similar to Madison or who was poly wo a reason but have a child that you feel or know something is just not right.Madison's Dr. dismissed my concerns for years as did other agencies and now Madison goes to speech 1ce  a week and will be evaluated by the Kennedy Krieger Institute for other disorders ,a psych intake evaluator justified my concerns and since so much time has passed ,Madison's out come is up in the air.Pleasa share your stories with me,because i know there are moms like me looking for answers

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