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Doctor insights on: Fragile X Dna Probe With Chromosome Analysis

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Is it possible for vulvovaginitis to persist even after types of bacteria are diagnosed (dna probe) and treated? Antibiotics aren't working.

Is it possible for vulvovaginitis to persist even after types of bacteria are diagnosed (dna probe) and treated? Antibiotics aren't working.

Vulvovaginitis : It is possible you have a "mixed" infection with more than one infectious agent that wasn't tested. In addition, you may be resistant to the antibiotic, even though it is intended to eradicate the identified organism. You need to follow up with the gynecologist and search for an explanation for the failed therapy. ...Read more

Dna (Definition)

Dna are the coding molecules found in all living things on earth which contain the instructions on how to build living things. Its is comprised the nucleotide molecules which are ...Read more


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Is the blood draw for fragile x testing a chromosomes test?

Is the blood draw for fragile x testing a chromosomes test?

Yes: Cytogenetic examination is one way of making the diagnosis. ...Read more

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Were a lot of people with fragile x misdiagnosed in the past?

Were a lot of people with fragile x misdiagnosed in the past?

Fragile x: I think many things past and present can be misdiagnosed. Especially when genetics are involved. Research and technology making it better every year. This article may help. http://autismandoughtisms.wordpress.com/2011/08/04/genetic-origins-of-autism-when-is-autism-not-autism-fragile-x-and-rett-syndrome/. ...Read more

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Fragile x syndrome my baby, what to do?

Fragile x syndrome my baby, what to do?

Developmental help: Fragile X syndrome can predispose your baby to developmental and learning issues. It is important to have your baby evaluated by Early Intervention, a program to support infants with delays. Call your doctor to get this information. ...Read more

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How common is fragile x syndrome in us?

How common is fragile x syndrome in us?

Depends on your dfn: Significant impairment (iq<70) in FAS is felt to represent 1/3600 of the population, mostly male. A lesser form of involvement with lesser alterations in this gene (add, behavior issues) may affect 1/130-250 female & 1/250-800 males. See: www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc2888470/?Tool=pmcentrez. ...Read more

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I would like to know about fragile x syndrome?

I would like to know about fragile x syndrome?

Male dominated: The fragile x is named for a non staining region on the long arm of an x containing useless genetic material that results in mental impairment & physical changes(if you only have 1 x:males).The females usually show few if any features due to protection by a normal x, but not always & have a 50% chance of passing the fragile x to any offspring. This is a male dominated form of mental impairment. ...Read more

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What are the best ways to cure fragile x syndrome?

What are the best ways to cure fragile x syndrome?

You don't: The fragile X defect exists in every cell of the person's body.The defective material has a variable effect on the function of each cell.There is no cure. Identification and support for intellectual challenges and any related health issues are the limit of current care. ...Read more

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Is there any drug available for fragile x syndrome?

Is there any drug available for fragile x syndrome?

No: The basic science evidence is that the affected chromosome is deficient in Folic Acid but that has not worked out clinically. ...Read more

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What number of people know what is fragile x syndrome?

A genetic disorder: Both males and females have an X chromosome (girls have two, boys have one and one Y chromosome). Fragile X is a genetic problem that causes a range of developmental issues, including learning disabilities. Males are more severely affected because they only have one copy of the X chromosome. They can have symptoms that resemble attention deficit disorder or learning issues. ...Read more