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Doctor insights on: Gh Deficiency In Adults

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Can someone with childhood onset growth hormone deficiency eventually have children?

Can someone with  childhood onset growth hormone deficiency eventually have children?

Sure: Some things would have to be established first, however. Are there any other pituitary hormone deficiencies, persistent gh deficiency, or abnormalities around the brain and pituitary gland from childhood mri? Any other medical condition? Many kids grow up to be adults who no longer have gh deficiency, but an endocrinologist or reproductive endocrinologist should be consulted prior to pregnancy. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of vitamin d deficiency in elderly adults?

What are the symptoms of vitamin d deficiency in elderly adults?

Weak bone&mscules: Vitamin d deficiency in are likely to be losses in bone, strength, and function and the development of pain. Muscle weakness reduction in muscle mass and muscle strength results in functional impairment cognitive decline osteoporosis osteomalacia more susceptible to falling fracture risk to diseases, abnormal sleep cycles and moods swings. ...Read more

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What causes low testosterone in adults?

What causes low testosterone in adults?

Age: Low hormones comes from aging. The degenerative process starts at 30 when everyone loses about 1-3% of hormones per year. This can be expedited by poor lifestyle: too much drinking, drugs/pain pills, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, chronic diseases, trauma and poor diet. Change your lifestyle to improve your health. ...Read more

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Is osteoporosis in young men caused by severe vit d deficiency is reversible?

Is osteoporosis in young men caused by severe vit d deficiency is reversible?

Vit d deficiency: due to dietary absence or standard rickets gets better when the diet improves. Long term changes to the bones change in a growing child but after bone growth stops or as skeletal maturity approaches the bone lose their ability to remodel or change shape back to normal. Other casues such as endocrine or renal are more complex ...Read more

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Could pediatric neuro-sarcoidosis cause pituitary dwarfism (hyposomatotropism) in children ?

Could pediatric neuro-sarcoidosis cause pituitary dwarfism (hyposomatotropism) in children ?

It could be a cause: Causes of hypopituitarism can directly affect the pituitary gland or indirectly through the hypothalamus, which in turn affects the pituitary gland. Causes of hypopituitarism, of which there are many, includes sarcoidosis - a rare inflammation of the lymph nodes and other tissues throughout the body. ...Read more

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What percentage of young adults are low in vitamin d?

What percentage of young adults are low in vitamin d?

70%: A whopping 70 percent of american kids aren't getting enough vitamin d, and such youngsters tend to have higher blood pressure and lower levels of good cholesterol than their peers, according to two new studies published august 2009 in the journal pediatrics. Low vitamin d levels also may increase a child's risk of developing heart disease later in life, experts say. ...Read more

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How iscarnitine deficiency treated in infants?

How iscarnitine deficiency treated in infants?

Supplement: Carnitine can be given as a supplement but carnitine deficiency is rare. ...Read more

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A deficiency in which mineral leads to thyroid deficiency?

A deficiency in which mineral leads to thyroid deficiency?

Iodine, but....: The thyroid needs iodine. However, it is almost impossible to become iodine deficient if you live in the us or other western countries because iodine is in salt, and normal foods. ...Read more

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What is adult growth hormone deficiency?

What is adult growth hormone deficiency?

Mysterious: Along with "hypophyseal-pituitary axis disorder", this is a poorly-understood. There's no doubt that some older adults feel much better when supplemented with a bit of growth hormone. And it's a popular diagnosis for quacks to sell growth hormone to troubled souls. A specialist knows how to do the lab work but there's no hard-and-fast criteria yet. ...Read more

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Which age group are most susceptible to iodine deficiency?

Which age group are most susceptible to iodine deficiency?

Iodized salt: Hi. Here in the US, almost all of our salt is iodized, so it's virtually impossible to be iodine-deficient at any age. I don't know whether they use iodized salt in the UAE, but located on the coast, and assuming local production of salt, my guess is you're not at risk for iodine deficiency there. I'm doing a lot of guesswork here! Sorry. ...Read more

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Can methylcobal can be given in low testosterone in males ?

Can methylcobal can be given in low testosterone in males ?

It can, but: It's just vitamin B12 and won't help. Just another waste of $$. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more

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How rare is eye cancer in teens and young adults?

How rare is eye cancer in teens and young adults?

Very very rare: Young adults rarely develop eye cancer. Retinoblastoma a primary cancer of the eye is found in new born or young babies less than 5 years old. Other types of eye cancer including eye lid cancer, lacrimal gland cancer, sebaceous cell cancer are extremely rare and more so in young adults. ...Read more

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Causes for low ferritin levels in males?

Causes for low ferritin levels in males?

Need to see your : Doctor. Low ferritin levels mean reduced iron stores, usually due to blood loss. In a male this requires investigation for source of blood loss. ...Read more

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Why craniopharyngioma in childhood?

Why craniopharyngioma in childhood?

?why not in adult?: From the ? I assume you wonder why it shows up in kids.Early rapid infant growth slows to a 5lb & 2-3 in /yr rate in the late toddler years. Over time this slow growing tumor slows the output of growth factors & other agents leading to symptoms like short stature, easy dehydration, vision changes, etc. Leading to dx. Puberty would not progress as expected in with this tumor in place. ...Read more

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He effects of vitamin a deficiency are most severe in what population group?

He effects of vitamin a deficiency are most severe in what population group?

Rare in USA: Common in the 3rd world leading mainly to corneal changes and diminution of vision. Usually in children who have diets restricted in vitamin a. Easily correct with teas made from vitamin a containing herbs found growing wild locally but hampered by ignorance and poor distribution of knowledge of this remedy. ...Read more

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Can starvation in children prevent growth of adult teeth?

Can starvation in children prevent growth of adult teeth?

Sure: Starvation can cause many developmental problems. I am curious as to why you ask about starvation. ...Read more

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Why in thalssemia major child will develop stunted growth and delayed in puberty?

Why in thalssemia major child will develop stunted growth and  delayed in puberty?

Poor oxygen/nutrient: Thalessemia major is a genetric disorder which can and typically cause significant /severe anmia. The normal blood is essential to carry oxygen and nutrients to all organs/body tissues. A child with severe anemia will likely experience stunned growth/pubertal development because of pooor oxygen/nutrients needed for propper growth/development. Many have shortened lifespan. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more

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What percentage of young adults in america have pingueculas in their eyes?

What percentage of young adults in america have pingueculas in their eyes?

High percentage: Pingueclua are a normal response to wind, dust and uv light. They are the eyes defense in the middle years to these external forces. They have no symptoms and are usually unnoticed. Many are small enough that they can only be seen with a medical microscope. Almost all young adults have some degree of pinguecula even if not obvious in a mirror. ...Read more

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