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Is Gender A Factor In Transverse Lie
Wide vertical bulge about 3" in length on fibularus longus/brevis that is compressible. Is this a herniation? Is there a vein or artery in this area?
Baby is in the head down position at 29 weeks. Is she likely to stay there? Does this increase the possibility of preterm/early delivery?
Yes and no: Since most babies deliver from the head down position it is likely to end up that way but change is possible. No, being head down does not mean you are more likely to deliver early. Be aware of your sensations and check out any early contractions with the OB to be sure you know when to come in for an evaluation.Early labor can be stopped so baby has a better chance to avoid newborn intensive care. ...Read more
1/12: Data from a new york state study put the risk at 1 in 12 for age 49. I found no later estimates. ...Read more
Is it true that the chances of having a child with a chromosomal abnormality increases as a womans age increases over 40 year?
Yes: It actually increases to a small degree with every year after peak fertility in the mid 20's. At 40 the risk of a trisomy 21 down syndrome reaches 1% while at 45 it reaches 2%. This number is added to the random risk of 4% that any pregnancy has of an unexpected event (cleft palate, premi, other defect). ...Read more
The backbone of my mom is deflected or not in a strait position ?What's the prefered solution for this problem ?
What is the risk of a trisomy 21 parent passing on the condition to his/her offspring? Should adults with Down syndrome be dissuaded from reproducing
Obesity: I do not fully understand the question. The obese person has an enlarged body and abdomen. Their organs are surrounded by excess fat cells and the organs may even have fatty infiltrates inside of the organ. ...Read more
A relative is five months pregnant but hardly showing. Is this predictive of an smaller persona down the line?
Hi, i'm born in a family of 4 grown up boys. How is it that I am the only one having chromosomal abnormality leading to azoospermia?The rest are fine.
M south Indian.Is it the fat storing location or difference in gender that makes a big round fat belly more common in obese male than obese women here?
Thyroid cancer and heredity? How much does heredity play a part in getting thyroid cancer? Is it different if the relative who had it is a cousin vs. A mother or an aunt? What about an identical twin?
A little bit: Authorities think about 5% of patients with thyroid cancer may have a hereditary component. We can't identify the genes yet, and go by "clusters. In general, the closer the relative, the more likely you will have thyroid cancer, assuming that this has an hereditary component. But most dont. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son is 14 and was diagnosed with sbo during a CT scan for spondylolisthesis at L5 is there an operation to close the defect in the vertabra?
Spondi: Most often, surgery is not required to treat this. If your son does not have any pain in the back or legs, then surgery would not be recommended. This is often a developmental issue where the bone does not completely ossify (form) . Your son is most likely still growing and developing his skeleton. You should see a spine specialist, perhaps a pediatric orthopedic doctor that does spine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the pattern of inheritance in familial intracranial aneurysms? Is it usually present in every generation?
Intracranial aneurys: Prevalence in theus is21, 000 to 33, 000 new cases each year. Predominant age is 4-7th decades of life. Sex is females greater than males and blacks greater than whites. One in every stroke is caused by a intracranial aneurysm. I know of no exact inheritable figures available. Weak tissues are associated with the aneurysms. They are: poly cystic kidneys, fibromuscular dysplasia, and elasticum. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can vein prominence on one side of breast be hereditary? Because my mother has a vein in the exact same spot that is also more pronounced during cycle
That is normal: And independent of the gender of the fetus. ...Read more
Is it possible to hurt the baby/cut of circulation/pinch umbilical cord when lying in a distorted position?
Unlikely to happen: I wouldn't worry about your positions as baby naturally floats the umbilical cord away from confining positions during pregnancy. Rarely, the babies actions get them into trouble. During the 2nd trimester they have more room to flip & some tie true knots in the cord or wrap it around their neck. It's not usually a problem until labor puts stress on the system, but the monitor will pick it up. ...Read more
Relationships: Two years does not usually make a significant difference except in the early years. A young 18 year old man is likely to show more difference than a 32 year old man in a relationship with a 34 year old woman. Assess the quality of the relationship, this should be the most important factor. Best. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it true that simultanious orgasm of partners increases a chance of conception and a woman on top is not useful position for conception?
No and No: Simultaneous orgasm has nothing to do with the chances of conception though it can be emotionally satisfying for those with the skill to do this! there is no evidence that position makes any difference at all though it is recommended that women lie down (perhaps with hips on a small pillow) for 10-15 minutes after intercourse. See http://www.Webmd.Com/baby/features/7-tips-getting-pregnant-faster. ...Read more
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