Infantile-onset Pompe disease, or IOPD, is different from late-onset Pompe disease (LOPD) because the signs and symptoms of the disease occur in the first year of life.
Visit Signs and Symptoms of IOPD , which includes a checklist of possible signs and symptoms.
The Diagnostic Journey of IOPD can take many forms, with a determination of IOPD ranging from simple diagnostic tests to extensive investigation of signs and symptoms.
Review Testing Options for an introduction to the tests used to diagnose IOPD.
After a diagnosis, learn what to expect for Your Child With IOPD.
Take on Pompe disease with Strategies for Care and Support.
Talking with Your Family about Pompe disease and the role of genetics.
Considerations for Speaking With Your Doctor.