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Home Remedies For Poor Growth
Poor growth: Growth within normal range indicates by exam and graphing height measurements along the way. If the growth chart and exam reveals too little growth or too much growth, lab and or pictures (X-rays, scans) may be done to rule out abnormal growths and reveal a disorder that is treatable i.e. deficiency of GH or gigantism from too much GH (growth hormone). See your pedi MD for assessments if concerne ...Read more
Growth within normal range indicates by exam and graphing height measurements along the way. If the growth chart and exam reveals too little growth or too much growth, lab and or pictures (X-rays, scans) may be done to rule out abnormal growths and reveal a disorder that is treatable i.e. deficiency of GH or gigantism from too much GH (growth hormone). See your pedi MD ...Read more
Want to show my son's 17 ohp reports to know what to do as he has poor growth and low weight.He has 17 ohp or not?Please advise what to do.
What is the report?: What is the report and what are you looking forin 17ohpif what you are referring as 17ohp is 17hydroprogresterone.Do you mean he may have cogenitall adrenal hyperplasia.Just having poor growth and low weight does not make him a candidate for that. If you have any concerns about his growth discuss with your pediatrician or consult a pediatric endocrinologist.This site can not help with your concern. ...Read more
No: I'm sorry that there are people out there who are trying to frighten you with untruths like this one. There is nothing "spiritual" about superstition. The practice is near-universal among male teens and very common among females. You learn about your body and mind in preparation for adult life, and you can stay comfortable ; able to do the other things you need to. ...Read more
Stress and growth: Growth hormone is responsible for growth and repair. The hormones produced by stress are catabolic. So the first builds you up and the other breaks you down. During stressful periods, the sleep cycles are also interrupted and unfortunately growth hormone is mainly produced in stage 4 sleep, thus compounding the problem. So stress does effect growth and repair of the body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several issues: Poor growth can reflect problems in 3 basic areas. Poor potential: if a kid is genetically destined to be small due to family pattern or genetic defect. Poor nutrition: good nutrition assures the body will have what it needs to grow while a lack will slow it. Poor health: medical conditions can lead to poor nutrient absorption, excessive energy loss, poor hormonal balance, etc. & poor sleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 5f8 and 21 yo and dads 5f9. I think that my growth stunted. Not sure why: does losing my mother have connection to my poor growth? Or smoking?
Poor or expected: The expected height of males based only on genetics is about 2.5 inches added to the average of his parents height. If your mother was 5'2 , this would suggest you reached your predicted height. (62+69= 131; 131/2=65.5+2.5= 68") if she was shorter, you are taller than expected, if taller, your growth was less.Many things go into growth patterns and poor diet, exercise, smoking can have that effect. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the best treatment for weak hair follicles with stunted growth? Type of shampoos, pills etc.
Healthy diet: A healthy diet with adequate protein, calcium, fresh fruits and vegetables is the best treatment for weak hair follicles. Avoid pulling on the hair or tying it back tightly. Unfortunately shampoos and pills do not help with hair growth. Pills that cause hair growth cause hair growth everywhere including arms, legs and mustache. ...Read more
3 yr old. Very poor growth. Calprotectin 165, ESR 30, burr cells 1+. Very high IGA. Could this be normal or is something definitely wrong? GI related?
What can cause normocytic normochromic anemia in a 2-year-old female with a history of poor growth for the past ~6 months and autism?
Ttg-IgA 8, IgA 1.8g/l, Anti Gluadin IgA 63- non Celiac gluten sensitivity. Can I still have wheat once a weak.doc says poor growth bcos of this.
Depends on these: These tests depend on the normal ranges of your laboratory. To treat Gluten sensitivty you would avoid all gluten. there are many gluten free products you can use to avoid wheat. It sounds like your physician feels it is better for you not to take in any wheat products. Look for Gluten Free substitutes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 yr w h/o poor growth, ^ calprotectin & sed rate. Biopsy show inactive chronic inflamm in the stomach & acute patchy cryptitis in colon (L >R). Dx???
Inflammation: Sometimes the most frustrating thing about medical work ups is not hearing a DIAGNOSIS. Your child's labs and biopsy all point to inflammation - from what it's still hard to determine but patchy cryptitis is found in both Chron's disease and Ulcerative colitis. The age and the poor growth make me more concerned for Celiac disease. Keep your follow up appt with MD for advice on next step ...Read more
16 month had upper endoscopy today bc poor growth & chronic diarrhea. MD noted nodularity in duodenum and waiting for biopsy results. Celiac? Crohns?
3yr old, poor growth, elev sed rate, IgA, calprotectin. Biopsy -chronic stomach inflammation & cryptitis. Infection has been ruled out. Wht could it b?
IBD: Cryptitis is seen in inflammatory bowel disease, both Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis, but it also can be seen in other inflammatory conditions of the intestines. It is not a disease itself but a histologic manifestation of several different diseases.Calprotectin is a biochemical test for intestinal inflammation, including inflammatory bowel disease. I hope he is being treated by a pediatric GI Dr. ...Read more
3yr old h/O failure to thrive/poor growth. Ped GI found IgA 183, ESR 26, calprotectin 165, burr cells 1+. Plan is to repeat labs & if unchanged colonoscopy. food allergy??? Maybe see allergist too????
Failure to thrive : I think your GI doctor suggested an upper endoscopy with possible sigmoidoscopy. Eosinophilic gastroenteropathy Is a possible reason which is evaluated by biopsies. If the biopsies are consistent with above then next step is an allergist but make sure you see a pediatric allergist who is familiar with this condition. There are other reasons for failure to thrive as well so follow your GI rec's ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What do you suggest if my hair takes to long to grow what's a good home remedy or product to increase the speed of growth?
Not to ^ speed: Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat, v carbonated drinks, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (like walnuts),vit.E (fruits & veggies), D & B vitamins, biotin & zinc. Avoid sulfates & formaldehyde in shampoos, excessive blow dry heat & curling irons. ...Read more
How do you get rid of ak skin growths and bumps on your face and also skin tags. Is there a home remedy?
Not really.: Ak stands for "actinic keratosis" - they are small crusty bumps caused by chronic sun damage. Dermatologists usually freeze them with liquid nitrogen; for severe cases a strong cream containing 5fu or Imiquimod is used. Skin tags can be clipped off, or if they are large enough, you can tie a thread around each one to cut off blood supply. But most people (wisely, i think) let their doctor do this. ...Read more
Does laser hair removal actually work in reducing/killing hair growth & if so does the home remedy tria laser work just as well?
Terminology: You can be short because your growth was impaired "stunted" by chronic illness (kidney disease, severe asthma). A male child of parents averaging 5'10 should reach over 6' but would be stunted at 5'8".You can also be shorter than average if your growth follows that pattern based on your genetics. A male child of two 5 ft parents could only expect to reach 5'2.5 inches. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shampoos: Your best methods at home are: -wash your hair daily. Most people who wash their hair everyday have a lot less dandruff than people who wash less often -use over the counter anti-dandruff shampoos. Pick up two different types, put both in the shower, and from day to day switch between them. ...Read more
Depends on situation: If a kid has a true dietary deficiency, an improved diet & replacement of the omitted material will help.If a kid is deficient in growth hormone, shots of synthetic growth hormone can help. If the kid has the genetics to grow slowly, & receives growth hormone, s/he will grow faster for a time but never be taller than s/he would have been without it. ...Read more
Hard to say: This can only be answered with a proper history, exam and testing done by a physician skilled with such evaluations. Some pediatricians can find basic problems, but a referral to a pediatric endocrinologist and or geneticist may be appropriate. ...Read more
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