Poor balance, a lack of appetite, seizures, an abnormally large head, nausea, vomiting, sleepiness, headache, urinary incontinence, and a lack of coordination are symptoms of hydrocephalus in toddlers and older children. Behavioral changes, such as irritability, a decline in school performance, personality changes, and delays or issues with previously mastered skills such as walking and talking, may also occur.
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