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Down Syndrome And Crying
Extreme Nausea weak and sore chest. Occasional spinning even when lying down. On and off excitement and crying. 28yrs diabetes and hashimotos. 2kids?
Chromosome defect: Ds is one of the more common chromosome(c) defects that can survive pregnancy (many others miscarry).Eggs are supposed to have a single 21c & combine with the 21 from dads normal sperm.In ds the pair of moms 21c +dad's 21 creates a baby with the three 21c in all tissues.This extra material confuses the creation of body parts causing ds..Various prenatal tests can pick up signs early on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes adrenaline rushes and muscle jerks yhrough.my head and body when lieing down to sleep and fast heart.palpulations?
Possibly: Anxiety can cause excess cortisol, os adrenaline secretion which can cause a number of symptoms, including dizziness, lightheadedness, rapid heart beat palpitations, chestpain, headaches, etc. Try calming yourself down by concentrating on slowing down your breathing over a few minutes if this doesn't help, see your primary provider for further evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more
Normal nasal cycle: Your nose is meant to filter the air you breathe. The normal nasal cycle describes an alternating congestion of each side of the nose every 90 minutes. The congestion comes from the dilation of blood vessels in the turbinates and septum. If you feel stuffy, there may be an additional blockage like a deviated septum, allergies, enlarged turbinates. Find a local ENT to evaluate your nose and airway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Constant yawning when sitting or standing still, alleviated by moving around or lying down. Also facial pallor and extreme fatigue. Help?
Excessive sweating of a toddler while at sleep. and cold to touch, starting from his head down to back. what's the real problem?
Sweating at night: Children's heads have a large surface area and they sweat to dissipate heat. If he is an active sleeper and wears a one-piece sleeper, is covered with a blanket, he may be sweating from the heat generated by his moving around. His head would have the most sweat then. If he is completely normal otherwise, it is not a problem. Double check that with your pediatrician next time you see him/her. ...Read more
My feet are numb and ache with sore legs and uncontrollable tremors when i lie down. Moving around gets rid of the tremors and lessens the aching.
My son has a wide gait instead of running more up and down his legs go out to the side more. He also suffers from Myoclonic jerks all night.
More info would help: Like your son's age and what you have been told thus far. In the interim, he should see a Neurologist for a thorough evaluation and creation of a long term plan that might include physical therapy and treatment for the jerks or underlying diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What should I do? Associated mostly with sitting down. Extreme nervous feeling with the feeling of blood pressure spiking. When standing, feelings are slightly relieved.
Typically : Typically blood pressure (BP) that is associated with positional changes (orthostatic or postural) occurs when a person sits or lays down for a while then stands up, and usually a drop is noted not an increase. Since your symptoms are atypical i wonder if you are suffering from something else like anxiety or even a panic attack. This could cause you to feel your blood pressure rise, and maybe sitting down calms you, thus provokinga feeling of your BP lowering. Regardless this is something that must be evaluated by your primary care provider. A complete history of your present problem, exam, and likely testing will be done to help detemine the diagnosis. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Child age 5 twitching in sleep sits up rocking head turning and nodding smacking lips seems restless all night like this what can cause this?
My 6 month is super gassy, always farting and burping. She wakes up crying and screaming sometimes and squirms while nursing. What could be the cause?
Change moms diet: If she is being exclusively breastfed, look at your diet. The mothers diet can cause the baby to sometimes be gassy. Avoid starches, beans and other gassy veggies. If you are supplementing with formula she may be having some intolerance to the formula. She may need to be changed to a different formula. For formula changes you should see your pediatrician or a peds GI doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have fibromyalgia and severe castrochondritis(sp). Main trigger is laying flat or tossing and turning while sleeping. Doc at loss. Help?
JHS?: 30 yo female with fibromyalgia (FM) has costal-chondral (CC) pain when on sleep surface. Chest (spine & ribs) shaped like barrel; no matter which body part contacts mattress, biodynamic forces translate to disordered CC junctions. Try soft mattress & cortisone injections. If not work then question of hypermobility disorder (Brighton Criteria), & prolotherapy becomes a therapeutic option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can cause pulling sensation in legs from around knee down to above ankle esp. when lying down and driving. Husband says I often twitch when sleep
Restless Legs: U get sensations in lower legs between the knees & ankles. There is discomfort unless u move your legs, mostly at night when lay down or in daytime when sit down , like creepy crawlers feelings, may last for @ an hour, & u feel the urge to move or walk. Symptoms worsen during stress & relieved by moving about. Can interfere with sleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: Checking limb length on ultrasound can be one of the ways to screen for downs syndrome. ...Read more
Diagnosed with viral syndrome sat. Laying down i feel fine. Standing up my heartrate jumps up to 130-140, dry mouth, extremely weak, headaches. Pots?
Orthostatic dizzy: When heart rate goes up and blood pressure drops upon standing this is called orthostatic hypotension. In severe cases it can cause fainting. A heart rate of 130 is concerning and should be evaluated for pots but also other potential causes. In the interim always ensure that you are well hydrated, increase your salt intake and wait a few seconds after standing to take your first step. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
19 months, low fever for 2 days now, drooling, rubbing the back of his ear and cheeks, crying and whining excessively when lying flat in crib.
Do symptoms associated with heart problems worsen at night (both when sitting up and laying down)?
It depends: Heart failure symptoms typically are worse lying down at night because blood which is held down in the legs during the daytime hours will flow out of the legs into the central part of the body, thereby putting a greater workload on the heart. However, usually the symptoms would lessen with sitting up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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