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What Is The Name Of The Disorder Where Mothers Hurt Their Children On Purpose For Attention
Please describe the name of the disease where mothers harm their children on purpose for attention?
Munchausen by proxy: This is called munchausen syndrome by proxy. Though the perpetrator is often the mother, sometimes it can also be the father or another caregiver. It is a psychiatric illness and a form of child abuse. ...Read more
What is the name of the condition that mothers try to make their children sick all the time for attention?
Mutations: While the mitochondrial DNA is derived from the mother, it can mutate like other DNA and those mutations may cause problems to the new host. The mitochondria also derive much of their material from proteins encoded by the DNA of the main nucleus, derived from maternal and paternal input. So new mutations of the mitochondrial, or main DNA can all cause new onset disorders. ...Read more
No More Than Others: There is currently no research supporting the notion that the older the mom, the more likely that their kids will have learning disabilities. ...Read more
Is separation anxiety a disorder? Is it common for mothers to have this when apart from their children?
Refers to the child: Separation anxiety is about the child and his or her feeling of separation from the parent being so intense that doing activities alone is impaired e.g. going to school or sleeping alone. In the adult, iexplore with your doctor the root of you anxiety: is it general worry, are there obsessive qualities, fears of something bad happening and panic for example. Or medical. Then doc treats or refers. ...Read more
Is it ok if I marry a women and have a children from her if her mother have Schizophrenia. Note that my cousin also have this disease.
Not much data here: Some of genetic vulnerabilites in my clinical experience seem to be the same. ...Read more
Is it true that children borne from a mother with oral herpes are born with an immunity to the disease?
No fetal immunity: No.Get a more detailed answer ›
Mother with ncah and father is a carrier. What can be done to stop future children having the disease?
Genetic referral: Make an appointment to see a geneticist and review your options. This is a difficult situation. ...Read more
My mother had a C-section for 3 children, and after the 3rd child, her stitch hurts. What could she do to improve? Medications recommendations? Thanks!
Painful stitches: First, it depends on how long the stitches have been in place. It may be time to have them removed. If they have been in place over a week and if there is any redness around them, they may be causing an inflammatory response. I suggest that she see her OB to take a look at her C/S wound. Infection can be very serious and better to be safe and have that surgical site checked out. ...Read more
Increased Risk: Incidence of celiac sprue in this country is around 1/130. The niddk has a website for more info, first degree relatives of celiac patients are at much higher risk for developing it. Http://digestive. Niddk. Nih. Gov/ddiseases/pubs/celiac/. ...Read more
WHAT DISORDER?: To get the most out of this information site you need to be follow some basic rules. Within your submission, provide pertinent background information. In this case it would be the name of the disorder. Then ask a clear question, as you have. Since you provided no background, we don't know if your issue is food poisoning, cystic fibrosis, etc. We cannot see your uploads or or prior questions ...Read more
What are the chances of a parent having congenital heart disease and? Passing it onto their children?
Varies: Most CHD is polygenicm meaning it travels on multiple genes/chromosomes. Their offspring have about 4% risk of any (not just the same) CHD. If the other parent has any form of CHD it jumps to about 10%. There are some forms of CHD that are associated with gene based dominant or recessive syndromes. For these it depends on the syndrome. A geneticist can provide a better number with more history/data. ...Read more
Does autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease of one parent could be genetically transmissible to one of the children and what is the percentage?
I feel so ill, ridden with anger and hurt, is depression likely? Depression and bipolar disorder have/are becoming less visible in my dad, but I know they can be transferred from a parent. I will cut my hips, legs, or arms. I bruise myself, and I've burne
Go to a therapist.: The symptoms your are talking about are severe and you should seek help immediately. When bipolar is in the family genetics there is always a high probability that it is passed down. There is medication that is quite helpful for this and there is no need to suffer when there is help available. The hurting yourself is an attempt to not feel so bad emotionally but provides no long term help. ...Read more
Is there any way to remove an attempted suicide from your medical records? I'm trying to join the military, and I'm getting held back because of a "fake" attempted suicide I did when I was a kid. I just wanted mothers attention. I don't want my future bas
If: If you desire to enter the military, it is important that this information be provided when you have your meps physical examination. The examining doctor can than order a psychiatric evaluation by a specific psychiatrist who is familiar with military psychiatric entry requirements. That doctor may clear you, may recommend a waiver or may find you unsuitable or unfit. Although, on occassion, a recruiter might ask you to with-hold this information, to increase your likelihood of enlisting, you don't want to have enter the military with a fradulent enlistment. You could face legal consequences in the future if you enlist fradulently. It is best just to be honest and to advise the doctor who evaluates you of the circumstance of the suicidal behaviors. They will need you to sign an authorization for release of your civilian medical record regarding that faked suicide attempt. Although, I can't tell you what the outcome will be, the system is fair and it is important to be honest. ...Read more
My mother just got the xray result with impression cardiamegaly atheromatous aorta.....is it really bad and needs immediate attention?
Have a mother 73 who lives in another state them myself. In july she said my cousin kill somebody. She did not they called for ambulance she refused medical attention. She knows dates time who she is. Call her doctor they could not dicuss my mother with
There: There could be numerous reasons for this behavior. They could be psychiatric, for example, depression, it could be the beginning of a neurological illness such as alzheimer's disease or it could be side effects of prescription or over the counter medications that she might be taking. In any event, a thorough evaluation by a physician knowledgeable in geriatric medicine or psychiatry would be the best strategy. If she is refusing to see a specialist, she may agree to talk to her family doctor whom she knows and trusts and who could evaluate her and recommend further steps, if necessary. A telehealth option might work as well. This method allows the person to be evaluated at home via a video link directly connected to the doctor's office. Many studies show that seniors favor this type of service. ...Read more
My mother's blood pressure is very high in the morning when she gets up. It was 198/104 until she took her meds. How high is 2too high that she should seek immediate attention from a hospital? She has a dr. Appt next thursday. Should she wait or seek atte
Hypertension in AM: As you are a 60 year old woman, I will assume that your mother is > 80. She may have isolated systolic hypertension. What is her BP later on in the day? If she has no symptoms, such as a headache or blurred vision, she needs no immediate er attention. Speak to her physician (p) about the dose and types of BP she is on. She needs to be on maximum doses of them. Good luck. ...Read more
My mother suffered from a rare form of copd. She received a lung transplant which eventually rejected. For the last few months my right lung has been hurting off and on. Not bad enough to seek medical attention, but I do wonder if COPD is genetic.?
Genetic form...: There is an inherited form of COPD called alpha-1-anti trypsin deficiency. It is caused by an enzyme deficiency and treatment involves enzyme replacement. It is diagnosed by a blood test that your family practice doctor can order. Patients with this disorder develop COPD at a younger age and smoking accelerates the process. See your doctor for testing! ...Read more
See below: A mother that is actively taking drugs can pass the drugs onto the baby. This means that the child can be born addicted to the same drugs that the mother is taking. All drugs and medications taken by the mother should be disclosed to the obstetrician so that steps can be taken to minimize the risk to the child. ...Read more
See below: Societal bias or profiling.Get a more detailed answer ›
One of the mothers in our group does not vaccinate her children. Should I avoid my children being around her children?
Should consider it: This mom, apparently, is more than happy to allow her kids to be open to diseases such as measles, mumps and pertussis (whooping cough) if exposed. This increases the risk for your kids. These infections have been on the increase in your part of the country, partially due to people like your friend. Express your fears and encourage her to do the responsible thing. ...Read more
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Year 2008 -59.5 % of women above 16 years were either working or looking for work in the US.
46.5 % of the total labor force of the US are women. Will go up to 47 % in the year 2016.
Working women will increase of 49 % in the total labor force between the year 2006-2016.
In USA 61% (8th in the world) 1950-1998. ...Read more
Hi. My mothers suffers goujerot schjögren syndrom and her case doesn't seem to improve. I would like to know latest treatment of this disease. Thanks?
Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) is used: Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) or hysroxychloroquine its generic is used most of the time. If there are other issues other medications are used. She should see a Rheumatologist. Sjogrens can involve many parts of the body and therapy depends on what ssytems are involved ...Read more