|10q 25.3-26.3 duo, de novo
|Kris and Loren Frank
|Merrimack, NH, USA
|issynh [at] me [dot] com
We were referred to a Genetics clinic from his Neurologist. We continue to notice multiple learning disabilites. First grade was an exceptionally difficult year for him. He has an IEP in school, as well as receiving private speech and PT 1xweek each. We are also in the process of doing Neuropsych testing. We received news of an abnormal chromosome result and a request that we get tested. We tested negative. Drew's results were a 10q26.3 duplication, a very large one. As of now, the Geneticist and Unique have been unable to find anyone to match his particular disorder. It is frustrating as we do not know where to go from here. A cardiac workup has been recommended since there is some correlation with disorders similar to his.
I'm not sure if we belong in your group, but you are as close as I have been able to come to a support group. I'm an RN and have been trying to use as many resources as possible to find info but have yet been unsuccessful.