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What Are The Signs Of 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
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
If there is no sign of Down syndrome in my family, what are the chances I will have a child with downs?
Getting higher: These risks are basically related to age. As you pass 40 it hits 1% and by 45=2% and after 50 as much as 5%.You must add that to the 4% baseline every pregnancy faces. There are screening tests that help yu know ahead of time that a problem is coming. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If I have some of the physical signs of Down syndrome like a simian crease but don't have down syndrome, am I more likely to have a child with downs?
No: Some of the features seen in down syndrome persons are also seen in other hereditary disorders, and some features are seen in normal people. A normal person can have a single horizontal palmar crease (simian crease), but his simian crease is just a trait he has, and has nothing to do with down syndrome. A normal person with a simian crease is not more likely to have a down syndrome baby. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Loose tone: The infant with down syndrome will usual have loose tone, very flexible joints and be delayed in sitting and walking. They usually scoot rather than crawl. Their develop can improve rapidly with good directed play. They usually have problems chewing and swallowing with frequent coughing and chocking. But this will also improve with time. Speech is slow and difficult. ...Read more
Bradycardia: While children with downes syndrome may have a slow heart rate, there are many other causes of slow heart rate, such as hypothyroidism and others. Down's syndrome is best characterized by the constellation of associated characteristics and chromosomal abnormality. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 3 mo'a right hand have 2 lines inside the hand. I have been searching N so afraid sign of baby have down syndrome. Is that possible? It's scare me
Not specific: Quit searching the net. If you have a concern about your baby take it to his/her doc and discuss your fears. Almost every feature seen in a DS child is occasionally seen in the normal population, and there are a few DS babies who have few of the traditional features. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Am 18wks pregnant, had my quad screening test on my 16wks& it was negative. Is that an assuring sign that my baby doesn't have dawn syndrome?
Reassuring: While a negative quad screen in reassuring, it does absolutely rule out the possibility of chromosomal abnormalities, including down's syndrome. The only way to do that at this point is through chromosomal analysis from an amniocentesis. If you have specific fears about down's. Talk this over with your OB to determine what your specific risk is. ...Read more
My 29 year old daughter was told on 3/5 the baby she was carrying had down syndrome. He was delivered on 3/9 at 33 weeks! Although there were signs early enough in the pregnancy like unsuaul water retention because the baby wasn't swallowing food due to a
I: I am so sorry to hear about this unfortunate situation. This is a question that needs to be posed to the lawyers here on avvo. Com. However, I must tell you that there are a lot of resources for parents that have children with down syndrome. Your daughter should meet with a social worker to get information on all the resources available to her and the baby. All the best. ...Read more
Less sleep time in a 6 month old baby. He sleeps undisturbed for 3 hrs max then needs mother feed. Sign of angleman synfrome or any other complications?
Depends on mom's age: A woman's chances of giving birth to a child with down syndrome increase with age because older eggs have a greater risk of improper chromosome division. By age 35, a woman's risk of conceiving a child with down syndrome is 1 in 400. By age 45, the risk is 1 in 35. However, most children with down syndrome are actually born to women under age 35 because younger women have far more babies. ...Read more
Behaviors in DS: 18-23% have behavioral, emotional or psychiatric problems. ~ 6% have extreme aggression; 73% disobedient; 65% argumentative; 50% demanding attention; 6-8% adhd. Of the 10% with autistic disorder, ~ half have late regression with loss of language ~ 5 yrs., by which age > 50% of kids with ds are overweight. Low doses of Risperdal are used for irritability or aggression, monitoring wt. Gain & labs. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Genetic testing: Rett´s syndrome is a genetic disorder almost always affecting girls. Genetic testing as well as a very detailed exam can give you answers. Typically girls start off with normal development up until about 18 months, sometimes the first symptom is the arms and legs get floppy, and loss of hand movements that are purposeful. It afects the brain, cognition and breathing patterns amongst other things. ...Read more
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