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It Depends: I can see how one could have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand, we all want our parents taken cared of and payed attention to. On the other hand, we don't want to wind up in an adversarial relationship with those who we want/need on our side. Also, it matters what else could be done and the time needed. There are different degrees of urging and sometimes unsolicited advice doesn't work. ...Read more
I've had periodic numbness in my hands for years especially when im tying fishing knots or sim activities i sometimes feel it in my elbows it has been getting worse i don't get it while typing at work ?
? cubital tunnel: You may be experiencing pinching of the ulnar nerves at the elbow, which would explain you symptoms, especially with arm position for the "fishing knots". Would propose you see your doctor and schedule an EMG study, which will localize and point the way for successful treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually NO: Only if you are involved in something illegal or acutely at risk of harming yourself or someone else, then you are legally obligated to inform the authorities, and your parents likely would find out. Otherwise, your md is bound by doctor/patient confidentiality! this is sacred. ...Read more
Active parenting: This style teaches you to give your child freedom with limits. The limits expand as the child shows more responsibility. Check out dr. Michael popkin's program at www.Activeparenting.Com. I used to teach the class to parents and found to be the best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Go authoritative: Authoritative is typically the healthiest parenting style. This parenting style sets limits and provides direction while also remaining flexible and encouraing growth. Permissive, uninvolved, and authoritarian all have some down sides. These styles have been associated with poor eating, low self-esteem, over dependence, substance use and other negative behaviors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not Normally: I am not aware of any such research that would support that hypothesis. Individuals with asperger's disorder do not display any cognitive impairments and while they are speaking may be for a formalized, it does not necessarily mean they are themselves highly intelligent tend to be fairly intelligent. ...Read more
What happens if a parent has gaucher's disease type 1, does the child get gaucher's disease type 1 or type 2?
? other parent: GD is an autosomal recessive disease. So if parent # 1 has it, he has two copies of the gene to have the disease. If parent #2 doesn't carry the gene, then the most the child can be is a carrier. If parent #2 is a carrier, then there is a 25% chance that the child will have GD , and a 50% chance of being a carrier. A genetics specialist is the best one to confirm all of this. It's been a while ...Read more
Can you tell me if a parent has gaucher's disease type 1, does the child get gaucher's disease type 1 or type 2?
Gaucher's Disease: Hello Flopster555ii. The inheritance pattern of Gaucher's Disease is autosomal recessive which means it takes both parents to carry the affected gene to pass the condition to their child. Because the inheritance pattern is not always clear cut, I recommend pre-conception Genetic counseling for you and your partner. For future consults, my link is healthtap.com/vanessanealmd at code PNYTKV. ...Read more
Parental death: Absolutely! a child of this age would not fully understand the concept of death but would be able to experience a sense of loss/absence and great sadness. This would fade faster for this age group as oppsed to an oldr child or adolescent. A very caring /nurturing and consistent environment would be crucial to help such a child cope successfuly. ...Read more
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