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Any Health Problem To Child Of O Positive Parents In 4 Gravida
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Losing all 4 of grandparents before age 12, can it cause depression at older age as 20? What can lose of family member health prob can occur?
Yes, it can: Losing four gradparents can cause a complicated ptsd with depression. The body's and brain's chemical response in grief is identical to that of post traumatic stress disorder, which can occur as a delayed reaction later in life, especially if triggered by something similar such as the loss of a boyfriend or anyone you may know. Please see your family doctor for a physical ; refer to a psychiatrist. ...Read more
In the future (10-20 yrs), what kind of genetic screening will be available to help parents know children’s liklihood of genetic/other disorders?
It already exists: There are genetic tests out there that look at different alleles and give you some probability as to whether you may develop certain conditions later in life. Whether this information is truly beneficial to the patient and whether you can modify risk knowing that information is all debatable. Now, if you are talking about an expecting parent and genetic conditions in newborn there is screening ...Read more
That : That is very dependent upon the individual situation for that child. Any time that a family can give the patient a loving, stable home and the services they require will be beneficial for that child. That is wonderful that you are looking into providing that care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it fair to have a psychological evaluation when you are sad and depress? The court ordered psychological evaluation on the parents. One parent who had custody of the child for 16 years temporary loss custody and the child was given to the abusive paren
A : A good court evaluator would take into consideration all aspects of the parental care of the minor child. It is certainly understandable that the circumstances described would create great stress for the custodial parent and could contribute to the mood disorder described. However, if that parent had custody for 16 years, it is reasonable to assume that the child is at least 16 years of age and certainly in many state jurisdictions has a say about which parent he/she wishes to live with. It is not stated why the long term custodial parent lost custody nor what the nature of the alleged abuse might have been. These are the very factors, especially the adolescent's viewpoint that a competent evaluator would be taking into account. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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the diagnosis is stage 4 rectal ca w/mult lesions of the liver-is postponing chemo 1-2 weeks to go on a trip going to cause less chance of survival? 62yo w female in good health otherwise
Ask your oncologist : The answer to this depends on many factors, most particularly how aggressive the tumor is and how well the oncologist expects it to respond to the planned therapy. I think a frank discussion with your oncologist would be your best bet before deciding whether to delay treatment or not. Good luck. ...Read more
Can a O negative blood group father and a A positive mother have healthy children. Does the mother require any shots during pregnancy ?
Yes.: The A positive mother does not require Rhogam. OB guidelines in most countries are adequate to provide for a healthy pregnancy and delivery . Requirements for anti D immunoglobulin admin. is for the rhesus negative mother given before exposure to RhD antigen. Incompatibility in the ABO system can be very easily managed by the OB and the peds/neonatologist. Take care. www.healthtap.com/dr-nnebe ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Do stem cells taken at birth of a child would cure the rheumatoid arthritis in child if that happens in future, as we have family background of ra.
What are the chances of an abnormality (of any kind) to go undetected in pre natal screening & tests for fetus in today's world? Pls give % & explain
Pretty low: The answer depends on who type of prenatal screening you did. There are several different ways to do and each one has a different detections rate. Even the most basic tests detect over 90% of abnormalities. Find out from your doctor what prenatal tests you did. A simple google search of that test should outline the detection rates for your specific method ...Read more
If someone is 13, 5' 4" and 93 pounds with symptoms of anorexia, will their pediatrician send them to the ER?
No: Their pediatrician will begin a complete evaluation to determine if there are medical issues leading to the low weight. After identifying any causative factors and consequences of low weight or poor nutrition, a treatment plan will be started and it will include both medical and psychological elements. ...Read more
Parents carriers of glactosemia 4 children have this 4 dont of which im 1 what ischances that im a carrier do my children need tested sis almost died?
Yes: You should know if you are a carrier. Your children were likely tested at birth thru routine newborn screening. Most if not all states test everyone for the disease. Carriers are not detected on the screen. Talk to your pediatrician. If your kids are healthy, they don't have the disease, but could still be carriers. ...Read more
Does type1 diabetes since childhood affect married life of a girl n r there any complications in pregnancy n is it a danger for the offspring?
What to do if I'm a mother of a spastic diplegia CP child. do any problems will arise for my secong pregnancy though my tor?
Not necessarily: It depends on the initial insult that caused the spastic diplegia. For decades doctors usually attributed spastic diplegia and other forms of cerebral palsy to complications that had occurred during delivery. Today, thanks to a large study funded by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, researchers have discovered that less than a tenth of CP cases are caused by injury at birth. Many cases of CP are caused by infections or other trauma while the baby is still in the womb. A few cases of CP are caused by head injury or infection after birth. Other risk factors for CP include low birthweight and prematurity. ...Read more
Rh negative and not sure who the baby's father is. Odd are Rh positive like 85% of the population, right?
My sperm count is 49.1 million/ml,Volume 1 ml,& motatility 60% can i father a child naturally or is there any kind of problem in that please advise. ?
>risk for both: Absence of prenatal care puts mom & baby into the risks of pregnancy before 1900 when childbirth was a leading factor in maternal death. Teens have >risk of toxemia in pregnancy, (>bp+seizures), some types of birth defects etc. Absence of prenatal care >risk of avoidable baby complications and complicated birth. Advanced medical care during labor/delivery or later may not save you from bad choices. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am adopting 2 children that were displaced by social services ages 3 and 4. They tested positive for cocaine. What should I watch for? Need any info
Is it possible that my mothers post natal depression cause mental health problems in my adult life?
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