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Sorry I can't see this video--it's marked "private" in youtube. Can you try it some other way? Did you look at the other video I sent and does your daughter look simiilar?
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Thank you for the video, which I can now see. These do NOT look like infantile spasms to me at all and again the fact that they happen exclusively at night is even more reason why I think this way. This appears to me to be normal myoclonic movements of sleep. If you are terribly worried you can ask your pediatrician for an EEG but I think this will be normal. Again this is just my opinion and if you would like to show this to your pediatrician please do.
I hope this is reassuring. Again congratulations and please let me know if I can help with anything else. Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX
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