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    Chiari Malformation 1
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    Makelley posted:
    My two year old son was recently diagnosed with CM1. We found that he had the disorder after having a few seizures over the last few months. They did an MRI and found that he had CM1. I am a bit confused by all contradictory information that is out there on this disorder. His is 12mm as of right now and we go in a week for another MRI on his spine to check for fluid. Do people with CM1 typically live a normal life? What are some of their restrictions?
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    dancer86442 responded:
    Hello Makelly,

    Welcome to Epland/Epilepsy Community. Thank You for joining us. We have quite a number of previous posts about Chiari Malformation. Please use the search Tool "Search This Community' to read these discussions/comments. There should be some helpful Links included in the comments from me & others'. Love Candi
     
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    saxofone1 responded:
    Hi Makelley,

    Welcome to our community. Other than what Candi has said, I don't have any info to offer you. When you have the time, check out what Candi has suggested. Drop in whenever with an update.

    Hugs to your and you,
    angie


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