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Is There Any Way To Naturally Lower The Risk Of Down Syndrome
Increases with Age: Increasing age of mom increases the risk of down's syndrome. Otherwise no known way to change the outcome other than have babies at a younger age. ...Read more
Conceive younger age: As females get older the likelihood they will have a child with trisomies , such as down syndrome increases. So, the younger the egg cells the lower the risk for down syndrome. There are tests that can be done during early pregnancy that would detect if fetus has down syndrome, and some couples choose to terminate pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No other than: The natural ability for your body to do so. ...Read more
Not really: I say quit worrying about it. You are probably very normal in size and may still develop some more. ...Read more
Don't try: Forget it. Anyone offering a pill, device or trick is scamming you. If you have 3.0" or more, you can get the job done and satisfy yourself and your partner. Pictures on the internet have created false ideas about what a normal man's body is supposed to look like. A smaller penis is likely to get harder, and you are less likely to be incompatible with a particular woman. Enjoy being a man. ...Read more
It Depends: For patients with cm-i who are clearly symptomatic with lower cranial nerve palsies, syringomyelia, myelopathy, cerebellar symptoms, severe neck pain or occipital headache related to the chiari malformation, surgical decompression of the foramen magnum is so somtimes reccomended. Asymptomatic patients with an incidental diagnosis of cm-i who do not have syringomyelia can be managed conservatively. ...Read more
Here are some ...: There has been no known ways to reduce the risk of BPH, which is speculated as the result of subtle but unclearly defined sex hormonal imbalance along the course of aging. So, just be proactive to seek pro-evaluation for taking longer time and standing closer to toilet bowl to pee timely, don't wait until the last minutes when one cannot pee at all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chromosome defect: Ds is one of the more common chromosome(c) defects that can survive pregnancy (many others miscarry). It usually happens when an egg with an extra 21c combines with a normal sperm & creates a baby with the extra 21c in all tissues.Risks vary with age and are lowest in the early 20's(1/2000), rising to 1/100 at about 40 & 1/12 at 49.Various prenatal tests can pick up signs early on. ...Read more
Is there any natural way to increase naturally the size of the breast that has shrunk already(don't know the reason haven't loose weigh)?
Weight gain: Sorry, there isn't a way to increase the amount of glandular tissue in the breast. Breast exercises can strengthen the underlying muscles but the only natural way to increase breast size is to increase the amount of fat and this can't be done just in one area of the body naturally. When we add fat we add it every where. ...Read more
None: None that i know of. You may want to cover them with longer hair. ...Read more
This may be genetic: Your physician can help clarify if this is genetic. By that I mean it can run in families. There are famous people like the football player Kevin Singletary who had a flat head and this runs in his family. ...Read more
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