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Normal Head Size At Birth But Enlarges With Age
My girls friend have small breast. She is 27.How to enlarge to normal size of that age? 27 age should have normal size. But its small than ordinary..
What is the average size of a 21 yr old boy testicleand at what age they stop growing in size.Doesthe size ofpenis stop growing at 21 or vary in years?
Done growing: Testicle size can vary but on average about the size of a walnut. At 21 yrs old everything should be at its full size. ...Read more
I'm 21 years old and weight 318. I noticed that My penis size or testicle did not change during puberty at all what is the issue?
Obesity: You are likely to have so much chub over the genital area you would not be able to notice a change if it happened. The change is subtile and starts when peanut sized testicals grow to giant olive size. Your penile shaft can vary in resting length, usually 4-6 inches or so as an adult. Your regular doc can assess the issue if you want.Trim down & the other structures would appear bigger. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Baby boy head circum. at birth was 37 cm, at 4 mos.- 44.5.Had head u/s at that point.ALL NORMAL.Today at 7 mos. its 47.5 cm if not 48. Developing normally, a big boy - 9.5 kg,72 cm.Should I disregard the percentile charts?Can this increase be normal?
Head circumference. : As long as the head circumference is tracking along the same percentile and with normal developmental progress, all that is needed is close followup with your child's PCP. Based on the information you provided, the head circumference is on the upper end of normal (~98th percentile). A family history of individuals with large heads, if present, make the head circumference stats less concerning. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If the human head stops growing in size at the age of 10. Why do adults have bigger heads than teenagers? Or kids for that matter
Head growth is: Related to brain growth. Brain growth continues till young adulthood, about age 25. ...Read more
What other than a pituitary tumor could cause a noticeable height increase in adults? I noticed a growth spurt around age 38 & then another at 41.
Doesn't actually...: Height growth due to increased growth hormone does not happen in adults because their growth plates in their long bones have fused. That means any perceived increase in height would not be related to any presumed or actual pituitary tumor in an adult over age 25 or so. ...Read more
Normal Variant?: The shape of the chest and the displacement of nipples could signal other associated abnormalites in syndromic conditions. A shield shaped chest with widely spaced nipples is common in Turner Syndrome. A thorough evaluation by your MD to examine for other associated finding will be useful in determining if the placement of the breasts is a normal variant or evidence of genetic abnormality. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 27 mo old has a walnut size welt by the crown of his head. His pupils aren't abnormal & he's acting fine. At what point should I have it checked?
Done usg at 11 weeks uterus size 14.4-8.5-6.8cm .Does it means growth of baby acc to gestational age is it normal?
Not enough info: At 11 weeks gestation i care far less about your uterine size than the size of the fetus . If you can provide that information it would be helpful. ...Read more
Grew an inch at age 22, is this normal? Puberty started at age 15. Never had any growth spurts, just slow gradual growth.
Yes: This is one of many typical growing patterns for males. ...Read more
Any significance of head circumference 19 percentile at birth and 89 percentile at 8 years? Child does have level 1 autism diagnosis.
At 13w ultrasound baby seems squished in gestational sac (not measured), it seems small for baby. Can this be normal? Is antroverted uterus a factor?
51years old shotty cervical since teens. Is it normal to be able to feel one better at times. 2-3 mm in size towards r back of neck. Cold 2weeks ago?
Normal size: 2-3 mm is normal for lymph nodes. They can enlarge with illness and shrink after you get over it. Your situation sounds normal. ...Read more
At 9.5 son's head is 56.5cm, 3 standard deviations above the mean. Was 55.5cm at almost 9. Was in 90 and 89 percentile before this. Normal or concern?
Why at age 9 years: are you still measuring head circumference? It can grow very little and very slowly at this age not as it was during infancy, because the fontanelles were still open, if you're suspecting something wrong with your child 's head talk to your pediatrician first, he or she after examining your child might request an imaging study, a simple CT scan would suffice, but that would be the MD's judgement ...Read more
At 33 weeks pregnant, baby's femur measured slightly smaller than the gestational age and everything else was slightly larger. What could this mean?
Normal variation?: Size, eg, length estimates by ultrasound can vary due to sonographer difficulty in obtaining measurement, inherent errors in the calculation, or genetic variation--just look at the parents of the baby! in rare cases variations from normal can be due to growth or other problem in the fetus. It is always appropriate to ask those ordering or performing a fetal ultrasound to interpret their findings. ...Read more
Microcephaly: born at 35wk, is 10mos now. Hgt, wgt 10th, head 2nd percentile, all since birth. Can he catch up? Any issues if he remains on this curve
It is important to : Try to determine the cause of your son's microcephaly ; growth restriction. To do so, a developmental/behavioral pediatrician reviews your prenatal, labor ; delivery records ; your son's nursery ; primary care records, performs physical, neurological ; neurodevelopmental exams ; orders any needed tests. Ma's excellent early intervention program assesses development ; provides therapy, if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Small red veins at the sides of my 15 month olds eyeballs are often visable.Can the fact that he had open heart surgery at 1 week have anything to do?
How can the normal limits of the endometrial thickness be determined when i bleed 25 days a month, (5 mm at age 39)w/ history endometriosis&ovarian cysts?
Evaluation : It is not normal to bleed 25 days a month and the endometrial lining is expected to be thin since you are shedding the lining each time that you bleed. Once your obgyn will determine the underlying cause of your bleeding and your cycles will return to be normal then you can evaluate the thickness of the lining. The best time to evaluate the lining is prior to ovulation. ...Read more
Could my child have craniosynostosis if her head shape is normal but in the 10th percentile for circumference and a tiny soft spot?
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