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Sensation in hemiplegic hand
My daughter has hemiplegia and more recently developed epilepsy.
At the same time as the epilpesy started she began rubbing and shaking her hand as if she was experiencing uncomfortable sensations.
Unfortunately she also has severe communication difficulties, so is unable to tell us what the problem is, so l'm wondering if you could throw any light on this and, more importantly, suggest any ways we could deal with this problem to help make things more comfortable for her.
She is also very sensitive to sudden noises which make her bad arm jerk. Do you have any insights on that?
Very thankful for any help you can give.