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What Are The Symptoms Of Asperger S Syndrome
Asperger's: Asperger's is a type of developmental disorder related to autism. In it there are problems with social skills; difficulty initiating and maintaining conversation; odd or repetitive behaviors; unusual preoccupations or rituals; coordination problems; limited range of interests; highly skilled in a particular area like music, math, or computers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A mix not all bad: Physical clumsiness, speech often rapid / mechanical. Ability to focus the mind on narrow topics far beyond most folks'. May be fascinated with utterly useless (train schedules, comics) or hugely helpful (math, science) areas. Amazing lack of social intuition, is sometimes a total jerk without meaning to be. World is confusing & frightening. You can't help by criticizing / exhorting. ...Read more
Vocal and Motor Tics: Tourette's syndrome is a tic disorder that involves both motor (movement) and vocal tics. Tics are involuntary actions (vocal or movement) that occur mutliple times per day. Vocal tics can take the form of throat clearing, sounds or full words or phrases. Motor tics can be simple (shoulder shrug, forced eye blink) or complex (involving multiple muscle groups and a series of rapid movements). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Munchausen synd.: Is a psychiatric illness where the person consciously fabricates illness or symptoms in order to assume the sick role. If is a severe form of factitious disorder, where person is described as a pathologic lier, has been hospitalized numerous times for vague complaints, is doctor shopping, and has high level of medical knowledge. Only treatment is setting limits & psychotherapy. ...Read more
Early on: Seizures & microcephaly ( small head), developmental delays may present first, characteristic facial features ( e.g., pointed chin) are seen. Later, ataxic ( unsteady) gait hand -flapping, happy demeanor with frequent laughter, intellectual disability, hyperactivity, short attention span, severe language impairment, feeding problems, chewing/mouthing objects, gene involved is on chromosome 15. ...Read more
Williams syndrome: Delayed speech that may later turn into strong speaking ability and strong learning by hearing developmental delay easily distracted, attention deficit disorder (add) feeding problems including colic, reflux, and vomiting inward bend of the small finger (clinodactyly) learning disorders mild to moderate mental retardation personality traits including being very friendly, trusting strangers, fearin. ...Read more
Many: Asperger syndrome is a pervasive developmental disorder (pdd) or autism spectrum disorder (asd). Asperger syndrome differs from autistic disorder is that children with asperger syndrome do not have speech or cognitive delays. For a good overview see http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0002516/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Autism signs/sxs: In children, red flags for autism/aspergers is diverse. Impaired social skills, speech & language & nonverbal communication difficulties, and inflexible behaviors are classic themes. In babies and toddlers: no-eye contact, smiles, response to name, following objects visually, reciprocal behavior, initiation or response to cuddling, playing with others or sharing interest/enjoyment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Kallmans syndrome: •failure to go through puberty •no sense of smell (anosmia) or very weak ability to smell (hyposmia) •undescended testes (cryptorchidism) in males •small penis (microphallus) in males •menstruation never starts in women (called primary amenorrhea) •simultaneous movement of both hands (called bimanual synkinesis) affects about one-fifth of males with the disorder there are other symptoms that. ...Read more
Clots & miscarriage: Hughes syndrome, aka antiphospholipid syndrome, is a clotting disorder leading to an increased tendency to blood clotting. It may be autoimmune in origin. Symptoms include migraine headache, memory loss, pulmonary embolism, mottled skin (see photo), recurrent miscarriage, abdominal pain & stroke. For more information visit this website: http://www.Hughes-syndrome.Org. ...Read more
None are mild: The potential warning symptoms of later trouble are 1. Neonatal jaundice, 2. So-called "colic" and 3. Ear infections that are treated with antibiotics repeatedly. The earliest autism symptoms are a rather sudden change from normal mental development, e.g. Loss of speech, persistence of temper tantrums, hand flapping etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild jaundice: Gilbert's syndrome is a genetic dysfunction of the liver which doesn't process the breakdown of bilirubin normally. The bilirubin is a byproduct of the breakdown of blood cells and when elevated it can cause a yellowish tint in the skin . In gilbert's syndrome this is usually only mild but can worsen with dehydration. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low testosterone: Males with klinefelter's syndrome have an extra x chromosome. As a result, they make less testosterone, resulting in infertility, less facial hair, and submaximal muscle development. There may be difficulties with language, communication and fine and gross motor skills. Early intervention and extra academic services as well as testosterone replacement prevent or lessen many of these symptoms. ...Read more
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