|Barked: Tue Dec 4, '12 7:56pm PST |
I haven't posted on this in a year and a half so I thought I'd follow up incase anyone was wondering. Their episodes still happen randomly, but are much less frequent and we've narrowed down certain triggers and avoid them so that is a big help. My boy hasn't had one since June 2012 and my girl has only had about three since June 2012. We moved into an apartment and exercise is one thing that triggers them so having a yard is a plus in that way.
Anyway, I'm glad they didn't have this disorder. It's Episodic Ataxia and was most likely linked to the fact their cerebellum was developing when their mother, who was unknowingly pregnant, was vaccinated and the viruses, being live, affected their development. Somehow something is misfiring randomly, and sometimes triggered. Humans have it too so it's easier to learn about from them.
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