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will my children be allergic to fur too if i am?

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Dr. Armand Gonzalzles
Pediatrics 46 years experience
NO: A family history of allergy is indicative of the genetic potential to be reactive to one's enviornment but the allergies are not specifically transferred from parent to child. Therefore if the mother is allergic to peanuts it does not mean the child will be allergic to peanuts but may be allergic to something else.

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At what age can children start doing simple puzzles?

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Dr. Adam Naddelman
Pediatrics 24 years experience
1-2 years: Most babies can start with simple shape sorters before their first birthday. Simple puzzles with basic shapes can be done as early as 1-2 years, and watching your child advance to more complicated puzzles can be very rewarding. Some children master this early on, others take longer. If you have any concerns about her development, speak to your pediatrician.
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Are there safe over-the-counter remedies of the flu for children?

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Dr. George Valdez
Specializes in Family Medicine
Yes and no: There are several treatment for flu symptoms, but antiviral treatments are prescribed, the sooner the better.
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What causes a child to have gastroschisis?

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Dr. David Galbraith
Pediatrics 48 years experience
Not really known: The cause of gastroschisis is not known, but there are certain statistical associations such as younger maternal age, alcohol consumption or smoking during pregnancy, & certain medications or infections. For more information go to the birth defects homepage of the cdc at: www.Cdc.Gov/ncbddd/birthdefects and select specific birth defects in the left column; scroll down to "gastroschisis".
A 30-year-old member asked:

If you are impotent will you get to have a child through icsi?

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Dr. Michael Opsahl
Fertility Medicine 43 years experience
Yes, possible: Impotence refers to the inability to have functional erections but you should have sperm. We have several methods to obtain the sperm which can be used for icsi. You should get evaluated for impotence in case treatment works, then icsi not needed. Further, better sex-life. Hope this helps.
A 34-year-old member asked:

Waht are the chances more of my children will have tibial hemimelia?

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Dr. James Okamoto
Family Medicine 29 years experience
It depends: There are two types of tibial hemimelia. The bilateral "syndrome" affects both legs and is believed to be autosomal dominant, so there would be a 50:50 chance that another child will be born with it. The unilateral tibial hemimelia (1 leg affected) is thought to be autosomal recessive and a 25% chance (1 in 4) of a child being born with it, and a 50% chance the child will be a carrier.

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