What Is a Rett Syndrome?

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asked Mar 14, 2010 by anonymous
edited Mar 14, 2010 by administrator

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Rett Syndrome is a severe condition that is acquired through a genetic disorder. What is does is affect the brain development that have problems with motor function, they have problems using hand, feet, walk, eat and worse is breath.

Girls are most likely to be affected with this kind of condition. Babies who are suffering from this may seem to have normal development at the age of 3 months to 3 years until they reach the point where they seem to stop developing and loose skills.

 Here are some symptoms of Rett Syndrome:

- loss of hand and feet movements
- loss of speech
- breathing problems
- behavior problems
- mental retardation
answered Mar 14, 2010 by anonymous

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