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Doctor insights on: Lost Child Syndrome

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How would you describe "middle child syndrome"?

How would you describe "middle child syndrome"?

Not getting enough a: Middle child syndrome is a child who does not getting enough attention and love because the parents are busy and providing more attention and care to the oldest and the youngest children. My recommendation to the parents is not to have children closer than four years apart. This provides enough age difference between the children to get the best care. ...Read more

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They say I have middle child syndrome, please, what is middle child syndrome?

They say I have middle child syndrome, please, what is middle child syndrome?

Given no attention!: Middle children are stereotypically described to have low self esteem. Their talents are wasted because they tend not to pursue their dreams. They are lonely and jealous of others. They feel empty. Identity crisis is the common. There is also a lack of emotional support. This makes the middle child less confident and envious of others. ...Read more

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Spoiled child syndrome. Is there such a thing?

Spoiled child?....: .... A syndrome? I don't think so. Good parenting includes defining for the child early on ( at age one year) what is and what is not acceptable behaviour consistently and persistently. Parents can effectively do that without resorting to corporal punishment. ...Read more

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What is the probability of having a child with downs syndrome?

What is the probability of having a child with downs syndrome?

Depends on mom's age: A woman's chances of giving birth to a child with down syndrome increase with age because older eggs have a greater risk of improper chromosome division. By age 35, a woman's risk of conceiving a child with down syndrome is 1 in 400. By age 45, the risk is 1 in 35. However, most children with down syndrome are actually born to women under age 35 because younger women have far more babies. ...Read more

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How can I help my child with apert syndrome?

How can I help my child with apert syndrome?

See details: Children with Apert syndrome have multi organs problems: craniofacial, hands (fingers web) V shape palate , underbite , hearing and vision impair. Need lots of correctional surgeries but mostly can Intergrated in mainstream society later in life. ...Read more

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How is for a child living with down syndrome?

How is for a child living with down syndrome?

Broad topic: A bit too broad for a 400 character answer. You might explore the official website of the national down syndrome society & check out thir regular stories on this topic. www.ndss.org/my-great-story. ...Read more

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How can you tell a child has mild rett syndrome?

How can you tell a child has mild rett syndrome?

Genetic testing: Rett´s syndrome is a genetic disorder almost always affecting girls. Genetic testing as well as a very detailed exam can give you answers. Typically girls start off with normal development up until about 18 months, sometimes the first symptom is the arms and legs get floppy, and loss of hand movements that are purposeful. It afects the brain, cognition and breathing patterns amongst other things. ...Read more

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I have a child with down syndrome? What do I do?

I have a child with down syndrome? What do I do?

Down's Syndrome: Your pediatrician will be very familiar with this, and will help you. You can also look for a local support group. There is also a national group, as well. http://www.ndss.org ...Read more

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How to cope with aspergers syndrome in your child?

Become an expert: Become the expert on your child and the diagnosis, be very involved in all the therapies and the educational process. You are your child´s best advocate and at the end of the day no one will know him better than you. ...Read more