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It is iron overload: Hemochromatosis is a disease in which the body acculumates excessive iron and treatment of choice is to donate blood regularly until your iron level is down to normal/near normal range. Since it is a state of iron excess, you should minimize foods high in iron--spinache, redmeats, egg yokes, clams/oysters, beans, liver, artichokes etc...Check with doc regularly. Good luck. ...Read more
17y.o.Lotsof Bdy hair;have mustache;beard growing, butmypenis is 3 inches-erect and 1inch-flaccid ;circum-big as thumb. What iswrong?willitstillgrow?
Normal: If the craniofacial abnormalities are addressed then the life expectancy can be otherwise normal. ...Read more
Get the facts: I'm glad this was picked up before you considered becoming parents. If you have the same kind of thal trait (do you both have beta?) and things are otherwise as you say, each pregnancy has a 1/4 chance of thal major; most people very much do not want to bring a child into the world with this. I've read that preimplantation testing is available & hope this is an option. ...Read more
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I am looking for top dermatologist md, in manhattan ny that can treat women of color (black) respectively saying .Face and skin check up.Thanks?
Hello doctor, twin pregnancy is their any difference between dichronic and monochronic diaminotic twins?
Twins: Dichorionic/Diamniotic twins have 2 separate placentas and 2 separate amniotic sacs. Fraternal twins. These have the lowest mortality risk of twin pregnancies. Monochorionic/Diamniotic twins have 2 amniotic sacs and one placenta. Have a risk of increased risk. Monochorionic/Monoamniotic share one sac and one placenta and also have a higher risk. Hope this helps. ...Read more
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My daughter has de moriers syndrome, microcephaly, polymicrogyria and epilepsy.De moriers syndrome doctor told us it was a empty mass like hole on brain?
Septo-opticDysplasia: De morsier syndrome is also known as septo-optic dysplasia, an underdevelopment of the optic nerve and absence of a midline part of the brain. It can cause vision and endocrine (hormone) problems in some patients. I'm sorry to hear your daughter has this diagnosis, and i hope she is able to find treatment at a children's hospital where she can get all the specialty care she deserves. ...Read more
No data about this: Life expectancy is generally reduced but there is no data available to tell us how much it is reduced. It depends on the complications of the disease, especially if there are cardiac problems. ...Read more
Am athletic w/ ctd.Get typical butterfly in sun but my face gets abnormally red (look sick) in aerobic class though my cardio health is great.R/t ctd?
Get labs & see docto: Possible sle, so see doctor & get labs. ...Read more
Why does my 9y/o girl w/severe autism eat her feces? Aggressive, non-verbal but sweet/affectionate. She digs in pants. SIB/tantrums/sensory/no MR/meds
Bizzarre behavior: This may be a self soothing mechanism like rocking, other consoling mechanisms. Her severe autism leaves her without the normal social negative reinforcement of neurotypcal kids, meaning, she doesn't have the social awareness to remind her to stop the behavior. You may have some degree of success with social skills training with a therapist. Never spank her. Positive reinforcement works best! ...Read more
Two prospective parents learn that they each carry on allele for tay-sachs disease, do they also suffer from the disease?
Protective gene: The carrier state exists & thrives because the unaffected allele is able to provide a protective level of the enzyme needed to avoid symptoms.By providing a basic level of enzyme production, the body can go about its normal metabolic activities without the buildup of toxic materials that cause the disease state. ...Read more
Supposing sickle cell trait runs in one family, but one of the children doesn't inherit the trait. Can he/she past the trait on to their children?
No: But it can show up if his/her spouse is an unknown carrier of trait. ...Read more
Find cause: If your rbc count is high and this is the only lab that's up, chances are you have beta-thal minor and all you need is to have this verified ; learn a little about it. If you have high hemoglobin / hematocrit, forget trying to manage it by diet and find out what's really going on. ...Read more
No: Hgb AC is a heterozygous genetic state that is not sickle cell trait ( Hgb AS). Patient's with Hgb AC are clinically well with at worst mild asymptomatic anemia (most are not anemic). Individuals with Hgb AC can have children with Hgb SC (a type of severe sickle cell hemoglobinopathy) if their partner has either sickle cell trait (25% chance) or sickle cell disease (50% chance) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Partially perhaps: Scientists have long suspected that there are genetic and environmental components to asperger syndrome.A specific gene for asperger syndrome, however, has never been identified. Instead, the most recent research indicates that there are most likely a common group of genes whose variations or deletions make an individual vulnerable to developing asd. Environmental factors undoubtedly also play a role. ...Read more