Tag Archives: Rett Syndrome Symptoms

Rett Syndrome is Such a Trial… #2 Ketamine

Many parents can attest to the fact that after a procedure requiring anesthesia our children have a decrease in Rett related symptoms. For Katelin, this was a drastic decrease in behavioral issues. My other children would often say… Can we … Continue reading

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Hold the Presses-Trofinetide in the News!

The first publication of the Pediatric Trofinetide trial has hit the proverbial newsstand! Neurology.org has published “Double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study of troļ¬netide in pediatric Rett syndrome” ahead of print. So, it’s hotter than “hot off the press.” So, quick cut … Continue reading

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The Sarizotan Trial #1: Breathing-It’s Own Sort of Agony

We all know how much we wait for breathing- when our child has just been born, the seconds are eternities, agony, as we wait for that first cry. We all know the fear of that first night they sleep through; … Continue reading

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Here’s to a New Year and a New Hope

This will be my last post of the year!   I’m feeling particularly retrospective at this time, this year. Facebook has reminded me on an almost daily basis since November of Katelin’s participation in the Adult trial (Phase II of … Continue reading

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Body Bound by a Brain #4

A roller coaster twists and turns and bends. It can take your breath away. So does Rett syndrome, in a whole other, non-exhilarating, way. Rett syndrome twists and turns and bends our children’s bodies, often taking their breath away.   … Continue reading

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A Body Bound by a Brain #3

Oh, don’t us parents, all of us, just get so excited when our babies pass milestones- the first smile, the first laugh, the first time rolling over, the first step, the first word. The first word. That brilliant first word, … Continue reading

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A Body Bound by a Brain #2

You can feel it, when you’re right there. A quiet rumble at first, but within a blink of an eye, your world is shaking. It’s like time stands still, every second feels like a minute; and then, if you’re lucky, … Continue reading

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