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Was I Born With A Genetic Predisposition To Infertility 46 Xx
46XX = normal female: 46, xx = normal female chromosome pattern. If you're 46, xx & male (very rare) you need to see a specialist. If you're a woman there is usually no identifiable genetic cause of your infertility. Fragile x syndrome is a rare cause of ovarian insufficiency/ early menopause. Some women whose mom had early menopause are increased risk of low ovarian reserve themselves. Chromosome translocations are rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
From a medical standpoint, "genetic" refers to the potential heritability of various medical conditions. While some conditions are inevitable (at some point in one's life) as a consequence of simple genetic heritability (eg huntington's disease), a large number of medical conditions (including all behaviorial health disorders) are the expressed final pathway of a ...Read more
Yes: There's an incompletely understood genetic connection in bipolar disorder. The most convincing evidence is studies of monozygotic twins, in which there's increased likelihood of bipolar disorder in both twins if one presents with this disorder. Children of bipolar parents are at higher risk than others, of developing a mood disorder. Growing up with a bipolar parent brings risks also. ...Read more
Yes and no: Genetic predisposition is what you are born with, for good or bad (like brca mutations causing breast and ovarian cancer). Can't do anything to change your genes although you can work to decrease the odds if you have a high risk gene. Lifestyle choices may increase the risk even more so avoiding unhealthy choices will be beneficial. In other words, change what you can but be aware of your risk. ...Read more
Family History: Your family history should give you a good idea as to the genetic predisposition. ...Read more
Absolutely, yes!: Many of us live in an environment with is predisposed to stress, with or without genetic predisposition. Lifestyle changes can make a huge difference. Start with the basics ("easy", but challenging to incorporate in to your daily schedule): eat a healthy meal/snack every 3-4 hours, go to bed relatively early and get enough sleep, try to limit caffeine and alcohol, and get up and move every day! ...Read more
Help plz! Can schizophrenia develop due to environmental factors alone without a genetic predisposition?
Can lifestyle affect genetic predisposition to get cancer? For example can healthy lifestyle decrease chance of cancer in jewish women
Yes: A healthy lifestyle (no tobacco, eating well, exercising) will reduce the risk of getting cancer in any person, jewish or not. Certain jewish and other ethnic groups have a higher risk than others (e.g. Ashkenazi jews and brca mutations) so gather as much family info as you can and discuss this with your doc. Live healthy please. Best regards. ...Read more
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