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Is it true that second child born to diabetic parents become diabetic when compared to first child?

Is it true that second child born to diabetic parents become diabetic when compared to first child?

Not really: Children of diabetic parents, specifically type 2 diabetes, are at an increased risk to develop diabetes, but i'm not aware of any evidence that says the birth order influences that risk. ...Read more

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What are benefits to a child who is born to older parents?

What are benefits to a child who is born to older parents?

Comic Answer: Bwaaa! i had my son at 39, he is now 15, I am 54. Remember late parenting= teen in puberty while you will be in menopause. Dueling hormones can be an experience. And yes you might be more patient because you will be tired. No worries having my son later has been my best experience ever- really:) I have friends who parented at 42-47- happy parents amazing kids. ...Read more

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If a child disappears do police suspect parents first?

Chid diappearance: Not necessarily. Police will first get a detailed history and and if it sounds fishy the parents are a suspect. But you never know with cops. ...Read more

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Is it possible that a child could inherit his parents' diabetes even though the parents doesn't have diabetes yet when the child was born?

Is it possible that a child could inherit his parents' diabetes even though the parents doesn't have diabetes yet when the child was born?

Diabetes: Yes its possible that at some point in its life that child can develop diabetes, since it can be a genetic condition. Doesn't matter when the parent gets it. ...Read more

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Can a child be born with HPV if neither of his parents have it?

Can a child be born with HPV if neither of his parents have it?

I don't believe so: I do not believe so but this is a better question for an ob/gyn doctor than a urologist! ...Read more

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What genetic diseases most commonly occur in a child born from incest (between sibs or between parent & child)?

What genetic diseases most commonly occur in a child born from incest (between sibs or between parent & child)?

Varies considerably: The issue is like playing russian roulette. All of us carry recessive genes in our dna that do not express disease because they are balanced by normal genes. Things like cystic fibrosis are carried by 1/20, sickle cell 1/12. All of us carry an estimated 4 defects. Parent child/sib-sib pairings all may have a normal outcome or a bad outcome for any pregnancy. ...Read more

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Can a new born child get polio from their parents ?

Can a new born child get polio from their parents ?

Yes: If the parents have never been immunized and have active polio and do not practice careful personal hygiene, they can pass polio to their newborn. ...Read more

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Could a child born of aids infected parents be hiv-negative?

Could a child born of aids infected parents be hiv-negative?

Yes.: It is possible for a child born from HIV positive parents to be HIV negative, especially if the mother is receiving drug therapy for her HIV infection. ...Read more

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What is the procedure for giving first aid to a child who is injured and their parents are not around?

What is the procedure for giving first aid to a child who is injured and their parents are not around?

First aid: Providing emergency treatment or any child without parents present is protect under good samaratin law that protects you from liability if you provide first aid medical care without parents being present. ...Read more

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What can the family and parents do for a child born with an std?

What can the family and parents do for a child born with an std?

Assure Rx & followup: There are a variety if illnesses that can be passed from mother to baby during pregnancy. The effects can be minimal & easily treated in some or devastating & fatal in others. Becoming informed about the illness & making sure available treatments are employed is the first step. Depending on the std & treatment, longer term followup may be necessary. ...Read more

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Would it be a bad situation for a child if both the parents have major depression, even before the child is born?

Would it be a bad situation for a child if both the parents have major depression, even before the child is born?

Yes, but...: While that would increase the chances of the child eventually developing depression, if both parents get good and thorough treatment before the child is born, they will be better able to raise the child. And they will be able to teach the child about what to watch for as early signs and what to do to prevent it. Also, the child will inherit positive traits, such as intelligence or other skills too. ...Read more

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Do both parents have to be cystic fibrosis carriers in order for their child to be born with this disease?

Do both parents have to be cystic fibrosis carriers in order for their child to be born with this disease?

Yes: Both parents have to be carriers and then their child has 25% chance of having the disease, 50% chance of being a carrier and 25% of not even being a carrier. The most common mutation causing cystic fibrosis is ?f508. But there are over 1500 mutations identified so far. ...Read more

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M indian.If during the conceiving of first child parents were slim and during second child they were obese, more chance of second child becoming obese?

M indian.If during the conceiving of first child parents were slim and during second child they were obese, more chance of second child becoming obese?

Yes, but:: The risk has more to do with parents maintaining an "obese lifestyle." the interesting thing is, when obese children go to a weight reduction camp, come back slimmer and maintain healthy weight a year later, their parents are statistically more likely to lose weight as well, by being influenced by changes in the child's routine. ...Read more

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About IVF treatment i want to know that in this system how it is possible to born the child without his/her parents sperm/egg?

About IVF treatment i want to know that in this system how it is possible to born the child without his/her parents sperm/egg?

Not how it works: A baby can not be born without an egg and a sperm. With ivf the egg is removed from the ovary. Then it is mixed with the sperm from the father. Fertilization then occurs. Then the fertilized egg is implanted back into the uterus. In some cases using an egg or sperm from a third party donor is needed but in any case 1 sperm and 1 egg are needed for fertilization. ...Read more

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How can a baby be born with a different blood type than the parents?

How can a baby be born with a different blood type than the parents?

Happens all the time: That's normal and happens all the time. Some combinations are not possible, such as 2 a biological parents having a b baby. ...Read more

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If a new born baby is immune to some illness, does that mean one of the parents must be immune?

If a new born baby is immune to some illness, does that mean one of the parents must be immune?

Mom's immunity: The fetus gains the benefit of mothers circulating antibodies (a temporary living immune factor) that is actually passed thru to baby at higher per pound levels than mom normally keeps. Much of this happens in the final 6-8 wks of pregnancy, so premi's don't get as much. These living factors decline in the wks following birth & by 3m baby begins to make their own antibodies by experiencing illness. ...Read more

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After a baby is born how many days does it take for a new born screening results come in and they suppose to notify the parents of the results?

After a baby is born how many days does it take for a new born screening results come in and they suppose to notify the parents of the results?

Varies: My state usually runs the tests in batches, often once a week.Worrisome findings are usually reported to me within a week to 10 days form birth when followup testing is preformed. Remember, these are screening tests only when definitive tests are done is it appropriate to diagnose a problem. ...Read more