I had written previously to see if anyone had any information on Hydrocephalus. My grand daughter was born on October 20th and she had this. They place a temporary shunt in two days after she was born to relieve the pressure in her head. She had her permanent shunt placed the friday before Christmas. She has some physical delays because of the permanent shunt (ie... she cannot focus her eyes, she isnt' able to lift her head, she doesn't roll over yet, she isn't using her hands much yet though she can move them.) Just wondering is anyone can give some insight on this.
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