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Newborn Head Size Chart
Get it checked: It can be many things, can't say without examining. Most often it's a blocked up hair gland, but if it worsens or fails to improve over then next few weeks should be seen by a doctor. ...Read more
Yes.: Weight varies with height. But head size has nothing to do with height or weight. So although it is possible that someone's body could grow to match their large head, there is no guarantee it will happen. Further, the percentage of your body length that is your head is about 30% at birth, but only 10% as an adult, so babies tend to have bigger heads than adults. ...Read more
My daughter 16 days old, her head size 31.5cm. Is it microcephaly?
(my wife 21years old, her head size 53cm, its smaller than other same age girls).
1999-cyst rapture. 2001-cyst baby head size. 2006-cyst a potato size. All open up ops done. 2013-cyst 2cm next chk up in aug. Am i unlucky to relapse?
Follow up with your: Gyn. Ask your gyn if you have pcos.Probably there's a genetic component to your gynecologic problems . Ask your mom. If there is, you can blame her! this is the body and the life that god has given u . Make the best of it! ...Read more
Usually it is so..: Normally, head-size is proportional to height. In pediatric care, head circumference, length (height) and weight measurements are very important part of each well visit. Headsize and height will continue to grow proportionately until shortly after puberty. Once max growth in height is achieved, head size stops even if one continues to grow sideway (unfortuately too much in us). Good luck. ...Read more
Depends: If it has changed from the 10% to the 97% since birth, I would be more concerned than if it was big all along. If his height and weight are on the larger side it would be more consistent with a normal variant. It didn't bother me much in life, except when looking for a helmet that would fit. ...Read more
No: short of surgery,as an adult,no can do ...Read more
Head size and wt: I am assuming that you are a fully grown adult, your skull size will not increase in size. While there is some skin and minimal fat on the surface of the skull; there would be minimal / negligible < a quarter of an inch increase in size even in a very obese person. Therefore, no. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Question about head size. Do large-headed people have more neurons in reserve (for later in life)?
A big head is good!: Research published 2 years ago in neurology®, the medical journal of the american academy of neurology, showed that "people with alzheimer's disease who have large heads have better memory and thinking skills than those with the disease who have smaller heads, even when they have the same amount of brain cell death due to the disease." so, yes, it appears that size matters when it comes to heads. ...Read more