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Syndrome X Fragile
Male dominated: The fragile x is named for a non staining region on the long arm of an x containing useless genetic material that results in mental impairment & physical changes(if you only have 1 x:males).The females usually show few if any features due to protection by a normal x, but not always & have a 50% chance of passing the fragile x to any offspring. This is a male dominated form of mental impair ...Read more
Many.: You need to look at and control lipids and hbp. First, most have an apple build, ie. Carry weight on the torso, rather than buttocks and extremities. Family hx of hbp, cholesterol problems, diabetes 2, and ASHD or mi, especially if strong. I obtain fasting lipids, insulin, hgba1c. A lipid profile suggesting syndrome x is high triglycerides and low hdl. Ldl may be low becasue of high tgs. ...Read more
Many. Family Hx 1st.: First, most have an apple build, ie. Carry weight on the torso, rather than buttocks and extremities. Family hx of hbp, cholesterol problems, diabetes 2, and ASHD or mi, especially if strong. I obtain fasting lipids, insulin, hgba1c, and in females, free and total testosterone. The latter, since pcos is common. A lipid profile that suggests Insulin resistance is high triglycerides and low hdl. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with dysmetabolic syndrome x - what is the absolute best diet to be on - i cannot lose weight! help!
I was diagnosed with dysmetabolic syndrome x and am still having problems losing weight - what kind of diet/food is best? Help!
No, risk of both: If you or dad have a blood relative with Down, your risk at delivery is 1%. if none, at 37 the risk at term is 1/226, and before 14 weeks 1/52 (many affected die before term). Risk for a male with Fragile X is ½ males, and for a carrier female, ½ females. You may have CVS to determine both. If termination is not an option, you may have preimplantation diagnosis for both, or a donor egg. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me what you suggest if you are a carrier of fragile x, will your son have higher chances of down syndrome?
What is the best exercise for cardiac syndrome X?- my CSX doesn't seem to be affected by exercise, I feel it's worse at rest.
No clear answer: The best exercise is the type that does not induce symptoms and one that you'll consistently complete. Otherwise, there really is no evidence that any particular form of exercise is better for those with cardiac syndrome X. Any form of exercise is good for vascular health and may help with some elements of "visceral hypersensitivity" - as in sensitivity to "inside body" pain. ...Read more
Defective chromosome: Each person has 23 pair of chromosomes. Males have xy and females xx. Some persons have a defective x with a portion that is missing. In females the other x compensates and they have no clinical problems. In males the defective x can result in retardation and/or autism. Some with defect can be normal but transfer problems to their sons. ...Read more
Genetic problem: Fragile x syndrome is a genetic condition that causes a range of developmental problems including learning disabilities and cognitive impairment. Usually, males are more severely affected by this disorder than females. http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/fragile-x-syndrome. ...Read more
Chromosome defect: Patients with fragile x have a defective x chromosome. There are several variants, and not all cells may be affected. It is full disease only in males, but females can be carriers. It is a genetic disorder, but it often just occurs without warning. Affected boys can vary from normal to severe retardation and autism. There is no cure. ...Read more
Gene mutation: Fragile x syndrome is due to a mutation within the fmr1 gene on x chromosome. Part of the gene gets repeated too many times. It is the most common genetic cause of intellectual disability. Please see: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0002633/ and http://www.Fragilex.Org/ for more information. ...Read more
Depends on your dfn: Significant impairment (iq<70) in FAS is felt to represent 1/3600 of the population, mostly male. A lesser form of involvement with lesser alterations in this gene (add, behavior issues) may affect 1/130-250 female & 1/250-800 males. See: www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc2888470/?Tool=pmcentrez. ...Read more
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