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Hemophilia Birth Defect
Genetic disease: Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder that occurs when a person is missing a particular factor in the chain of events that leads to the formation of a blood clot. It is an inherited disease, like some birth defects, but usually the term "birth defect" refers to a physical, or anatomic, problem with a baby, rather than a genetic disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2-4$ of all babies.: 2-4% of all babies are born with a major or minor birth defect. This is not your fault, however recurrence can be prevented with certain cardiac and neural tube defects (among the more common and serious) by taking 1-5 mg of Folic Acid daily for the rest of your reproductive life (i.e. Until menopause/hysterectomy/bilateral tubal ligation). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Abnormal tissue Form: In simplistic terms a bd might be considered any abnormality found in a baby at birth. A better, more specific idea is a failure of a tissue or structure to form properly in fetal development.(cleft palate). A "disruption" can create a bd -loss of fingers to amnionic bands. Chromasome defects lead to several bd's like heart defects. ...Read more
What to do if I do not know much about this toxin but I do kno it causes birth defect. so what happens if ist introduced to the environment?
See below: Neural tube defects (ntds): preventable with pre-pregnancy and ante-natal folic acid fetal alcohol syndrome (fas): avoid alcohol intake when trying to conceive and during pregnancy birth defects caused by medications and other substances some of the cardiac defects may be preventable by avoiding maternal obesity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ask many people: It's important for expectant couples to ask their families about offspring that had birth defects or died as babies; they should obtain information about genetic conditions associated with their heritage. They need to openly discuss toxins to which they were exposed or illnesses they had prior to or during pregnancy. The OB can use the information to order genetic evaluation, screening tests, us. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the risk?: I seriously doubt that this question can be correctly answered. Overseas, can be anywhere in the world beyond the east coast and the west coast. The risk of birth defects vary widely through out the world. Adding each country's incidence and averaging them out would not give you a reliable answer. Limiting the geographical area of your querry may give you a better response. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: There are many defects that could be present at the time of birth(genetic, structural, developmental, etc) that would be included in the list of birth defects - that is far too numerous to list here. Essentially anything that is not normal at the time of birth could be a "birth defect". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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