Had a normal birth. All was well and was reaching milestones like crawling, was able to finger feed, had 15 words, and could lift her own cup. She was using a baby walker great then at 7 to 8 months old she was admitted to hospital for severe constipation. Then from there the milestones she had started to disappear day by day. At her 8 month check they noticed her eye contact became really withdrawn, she wouldnt look in anyones direction. Then she was referred to the childs development clinic for observation. Then all the professionals came on board from there. On her 2nd birthday she was admitted to hospital for further investigation where they did a MRI, lumbar puncture, and an eye test. Two weeks later after talking with a genetitis, he had all test results back and was given an appointment on a Friday afternoon at the child development clinic again where a paediatric consulant told us the results that Vikki had tested positive for having Rett syndrome. We have dealt with this syndrome from that day so now Vikki is a wheelchair user, has no speech, double incontinent in nappies day and night. She can't feed herself or give herself drinks and totally reliant 24/7 on all aspects of life from personal care to everything.