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Malicious Mother Syndrome
1/287: Latest numbers show a risk of 1 in 287 births at age 36 not taking into consideration any other factors. ...Read more
Statistical risks: The risks of DS are at the low point in the early twenties, (~1/2700) and climb past 1/100 at 45 and over 1/20 after 55. The usual explanation is the accumulated toxic events of a woman's life can cause the eggs that sit in her ovary to become damaged as they age. ...Read more
A woman's eggs are : as old as she is. An embryo receives ½ it's chromosomes from Dad & ½ from Mom. DNA replicates in each parental chromosome pair & crosses over between 2 sister chromatids joined in the center that then split into egg cells. At 35 & >, cohesion of maternal sister chromatids is progressively impaired, ^ing the risk of an egg's receiving 2 or 0 copies of a chromosome. Her 2 + Dad's 1 Chr. 21 = DS ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is maternal hypotensive syndrome? And does turning patient on left side increase bp, if so, how?
Compress vena cava: During pregnancy as uterus gets big and heavy it compresses the inferior vena cava when mother lays on her back. Vena cava is the big vein that drains blood from lower body into the heart. Laying on your left side takes pressure off the vena cava to avoid this compression by the uterus. ...Read more
Yes: Complex regional pain syndrome (crps) is a chronic pain condition that can affect any area of the body, but often affects an arm or a leg. Doctors aren't sure what causes crps. Some think this is problem with the sympathetic nervous system and others an autoimmune condition. Crps can occur after a minor injury or after nerve damage. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Autoimmune problem: With apa-s, the immune system produces antibodies against normal proteins in the body. Most importantly, blood clots can form in the legs and lungs, and there is a higher risk of strokes. As a gynecologist, I have concerns regarding a higher risk of miscarriages and stillbirths. Treatment centers on preventing a clot or treating one if it already exists. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My first cousin has confirmed lynch syndrome. Mother, aunts, and on dad's side don't have it to my knowledge. Chance of having it based off that?guess
Need more detail: Your chance is probably under 25% but difficult without more detail. When you discuss your relatives, on which side of the family are they? Your cousin could be a brand new mutation in the family which would mean you have very little risk. However, your cousin's parent could be a carrier which means that your parent has a 50% chance and you would have a 50% chance to inherit. Baysian risk ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A serious issue: This is a rare but serious problem which is usually related to taking medications for psychiatric treatment, or sometimes for parkinson's disease. It causes fever, muscle rigidity, unstable blood pressure and other problems. The medication causing nms must be identified and discontinued. If you ever need anesthesia, be sure to tell the anesthesiologist if you've had this problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can gilbert syndrome be hereditary? My doctor said I have it because my mothers father, my grandfather had it when he was my age.
Does a mother deprivation syndrome affect height growth of a child? I grow up with father only and didn't get a mom's love and caring...
Height: It can because you are not getting the nurturing effect if a mother. That is you are not getting sufficient calories. ...Read more
Tissue testing after d&c showed up turners syndrome. What's the risk for future pregnancies. This was second early mc. Mother's age 32yrs ?
Carcinoid syndrome: Carcinoid syndrome is cluster of symptoms that can include-chronic flushing and/or diarrhea/wheezings which is the result of secretion of serotonin and other vasoactive substances into the systemic circulation. The carcinoid syndrome is primarily associated with metastatic carcinoid tumors usually from the midgut - to the liver. Carcinoid is a type of cancer- neuroendocrine tumor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Carcinoid syndrome is a series of complaints noted by patients with carcinoid of the GI tract secondary to the production of serotonin. It is characterized by diarrhea. flushing of the skin or face ,shortness of breath and wheezing. When the hormone reaches the liver it is detoxified so that to appear, liver mets secreting the hormone is necessary. Treatment requires resecting the primary tumor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chromosomal defect: Klinefelter syndrome - a male with an extra x chromosome occurs when chromosomes fail to separate very early in development. So it is caused by a developmental issue and is not inherited. There is nothing that suggests a trisomy x woman is more likely to have a klinefelter child, but she has the same risk as other women. A geneticist can give you more information about potential risks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on the stage: She needs a comprehensive examination to understand the extent of the carcinoid, and where it originates from. In most situations, the carcinoid tumor is surgically removed. Sometimes the carcinoid is too advanced to be able to successfully remove. In these situations other therapies such as chemotherapy or ablation techniques are considered. Hormone symptoms can be controlled with medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a mother that was diagnosed with fetal alchol syndrome herself pass the genetics on to her child?
My mother has severe pain in teath, besides she is suffering from jogrens syndrome. What is best treatment plz?
A clean moist mouth.: Sjogrens syndrome creates dry mouth issues that don't allow the natural plaque diluting properties of saliva to help prevent decay. Have her dentist deal with her probable significant decay problems. If moist mouth +daily flossing, brushing and home Fluoride tray applications don't help. If her medical condition permits, she may need full mouth oral surgery w- extractions and dental implants. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
my mother had myeloproliferative disorder or syndrome & a dr. Tod me i will eventually turn into leukemia. It doesn't have to turn into l. Rt?
Correct: The myeloproliferative disorders are polycythemia vera, essential thrombocythemia, and myelofibrosis. Of these three, only myelofibrosis is known to progress to leukemia, and only rarely. Did you mis-hear and the diagnosis is actually myelodysplastic syndrome? Perhaps, since myelodysplastic syndrome can turn into leukemia. Perhaps double-check and ask which kind of mpd she has. ...Read more
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