Half of the people with McLeod syndrome experience seizures and may have problems learning and processing new information. Behavioral changes such as impulsiveness can occur, and some develop psychiatric conditions like bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, and psychosis. While the movement issues and learning difficulties associated with McLeod's syndrome tend to worsen over time, behavioral changes are usually not progressive.
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