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Doctor insights on: Middle Child Syndrome Symptoms In Adults

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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 are the physical symptoms of a child with williams syndrome?

What are the physical symptoms of a child with williams syndrome?

Facial change murmur: Most have prominent lips, star like iris changes, eyebrow flare & skin fold over the inner corner of the eye. Growth is a bit slower than average as is head size. The aortic valve is often tight, producing a murmur. The great toe is often separated a bit from the rest of the toes. ...Read more

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I had nephrotic syndrome in my child age now am 25 year old but now itself I don't have any symptoms so is there any possibility it will attack again?

I had nephrotic syndrome in my child age now am 25 year old but now itself I don't have any symptoms so is there any possibility it will attack again?

Small chance: If you have normal kidney function and no detectable protein in the urine right now... Well then you're doing great. There is always a small chance you will have a new kidney problem, but if you've been over 10years without any recurrence you are doing great. ...Read more

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Can a child/adult with Down syndrome be prescribed Adderall or Ritalin (methylphenidate)? If so would it have the same effect on those suffering from ADHD?

Can a child/adult with Down syndrome be prescribed Adderall or Ritalin (methylphenidate)? If so would it have the same effect on those suffering from ADHD?

Child. Psych: Should be seen to evaluate this question. Essentially looking to other reasons for poor attention or impulsivity hyperactivity problems eg. Psychosrimulants can worsen other conditions that may mimic ADHD - especially Anxiety, mood. And psychological tests for intelligence need to show that the child would be good candidate for the medication eg academic achievement and intelligence. ...Read more

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Should someone with a history of hemolytic uremic syndrome as a child follow up with a nephrologist as a adult? Even if they're not having problems

Should someone with a history of hemolytic uremic syndrome as a child follow up with a nephrologist as a adult? Even if they're not having problems

Not necessarily: If your primary care doctor has checked your kidney function and it is normal then you probably do not need to see a nephrologist. If there is any residual kidney damage from the HUS then it would be good to see a nephrologist. Many people recover fully from HUS and do not need ongoing care by a kidney specialist. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms for aspergers syndrome in an adult, say 25-30 years old?

What are the symptoms for aspergers syndrome in an adult, say 25-30 years old?

Social Skills: A problem in everyday reciprocal social interactions that harmfully impacts functioning @ work & home. Poor conversational skills; monitone speech. Trouble understanding that (not why) other people may not think what you think, feel how you feel, or want to do what you want, because of lack of theory of mind. Not knowing what to do to make others think better of you. May have anxiety/depression. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of shaken baby syndrome?

What are the symptoms of shaken baby syndrome?

Abusive head injury: The term 'shaken baby syndrome' has been replaced by the term 'abusive head injury.' the symptoms are variable and can range from mild to none to coma and death. There are often characteristic injuries to the child produced with abusive head injury that lead to the diagnosis s. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of shaken baby syndrome?

What are the symptoms of shaken baby syndrome?

Like the flu: Vomiting, lethargy, irritability are all signs of the sort of injury that is caused by shaking. These same signs are often mistaken for the flu. Shaking causes bleeding in and around the baby's brain that causes the symptoms. Ct scans and mris are often necessary to confirm the diagnostic impression. Other signs of injury may be present with bruising and rib and long bone fractures. ...Read more

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What are symptoms for Asperger syndrome for adults?

What are symptoms for Asperger syndrome for adults?

Aspergers: Please see the official website at www. Usautism. Org for the specifics. In essence individuals with this disorder have difficulty understanding the emotion of others. They have above-average intelligence but their social disability hurts their overall function. Please seek help if you or someone you care for is burdened with this disorder. Good luck and well wishes. ...Read more

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Describe all symptoms of Asperger syndrome in adults?

Describe all symptoms of Asperger syndrome in adults?

Similar to children: Social awkwardness, subtle communication differences, narrowed pedantic interests. But aspies are awesome people, just different, not deficient. See< http://www. Ninds. Nih. Gov/disorders/asperger/detail_asperger. Htm#211353080> & . ...Read more

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What symptoms could manifest due to shaken baby syndrome?

What symptoms could manifest due to shaken baby syndrome?

Like the flu: Vomiting, lethargy, irritability are all signs of the sort of injury that is caused by shaking. These same signs are often mistaken for the flu. Shaking causes bleeding in and around the baby's brain that causes the symptoms. Ct scans and mris are often necessary to confirm the diagnostic impression. Other signs of injury may be present with bruising and rib and long bone fractures. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms that result due to shaken baby syndrome?

What are the symptoms that result due to shaken baby syndrome?

Traumatic brain inju: Shaken baby syndrome results in traumatic brain injury, involving the poles of the brain, both front and back. The result can be anywhere from mental retardation, motor handicaps, vision problems and even death. ...Read more

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Could an adult suffer effects of shaken baby syndrome in his life?

Could an adult suffer effects of shaken baby syndrome in his life?

Shaken baby: An adult could possibly have long-standing effects from shaken baby syndrome or abusive head injury as it is now called that occurred when the adult was an infant, thereby leaving that person with residual neurologic problems. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of adults that are affected by child molestation?

What are the symptoms of adults that are affected by child molestation?

Many: Adults who were sexually molested as children can have many responses. They can experience anxiety, depression, flashbacks, nightmares, hypervigilance, self-injury/suicide attempts, and pain syndromes. Some isolate themselves. They may do fine at work, but have few or no intimate relationships. Substance abuse may be the path of others. With a good therapist, treatment can be lifesaving. ...Read more

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What trauma could cause symptoms of acoa (adult child of an alcoholic)?

What trauma could cause symptoms of acoa (adult child of an alcoholic)?

Alcoholism: The trauma is mainly psychological in growing up in a family where one or both parents has alcohol addiction. Such children develop coping mechanism included in the 12 steps and traditions in the association's chartered ...Read more

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Please let me know if there is an adult version of shaken baby syndrome?

Please let me know if there is an adult version of shaken baby syndrome?

No: The injury pattern with shaken baby syndrome arise from their immature nervous system and blood vessels. Survival outcome varies with the injury and their ability to "rewire" the nerves around the injuries. Adults with a mature and static nervous system can suffer significant traumatic injury. Yet the pattern would be different and recovery afterward less likely. ...Read more

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Infantile shudder syndrome. What is it? What are the symptoms? Is it serious? My baby shudders every once in a while should I be concerned?

Infantile shudder syndrome. What is it? What are the symptoms? Is it serious? My baby shudders every once in a while should I be concerned?

Not harmful: Babies do shudder at times and that is normal. Some have repeated shuddering episodes, and may have the infant shudder syndrome. Even though it may appear frightening, infants who have seen experts have no abnormal findings and eventually grow out of it. A good article for doctors, with some video clips is here: http://www.neurology.org/content/70/13/e38.full ...Read more