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What Is The Root Cause Of A Child With Insecure Attachment Issues
UNKNOWN: Majority is unknown. There are factors that may increase the chance of having congenital heart disease eg genetic or chromosomal abnormalities eg downs syndrome.Certain medication, alcohol or drug abuse during pregnancy.Maternal viral infection eg german measles in the first trimester of pregnancy. Also risk is higher if a parent or sibling has a congenital heart defect. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible that a divorced parents affects the self-esteem of a cleft lip child.. Please site some refence.. Tnx?
It depends: Divorce is painful for kids, but resources indicate that they do recover well. http://tinyurl.com/d4koj4j this recovery depends on how the parents treat each other and the child. Some are bitter and fight with each other through the child, and this does not provide the support the child needs. If the child also has a cleft lip that needs help, the parents need to stand together for the child. ...Read more
Long term: Add is, in my long experience, due to lousy diet involving all the "junk" that is so much part of american life today. You would not dream of putting the wrong fuel in your car. The right "fuel"for humans is god made food. And please remember that milk is designed for cows to give to their calves until they can eat grass! ...Read more
If you are living in a place that has mold, what kind of health problems can it cause? Is muscle weakness one of them?
Mold exposure: Mold is thriving in humid environment. If you develop sensitivities to those particular mold spores, the lining of your airway can get inflamed by exposing to the mold spores in the air you breath in. Depending how severe the inflammation is, you can get symptoms similar to rhino sinusitis, asthmatic flares if you have asthma, general malaise including muscle weakness. ...Read more
I'm honestly at the end of my rope with anxiety issues and breathing issues which may or may not be related. What is the best treatment without meds.
Unresolved grief: Losing a child is one of the hardest losses to endure. Treatment must include a screening to rule out depression subsequent to the unresolved grief. The client should be helped to understand the normal processes of grief, including denial, anger, bargaining, before getting to the difficult but achievable state of acceptance. Treatment may include group work with others who share loss of a child. ...Read more
Is the lack of attention from parents a definite cause of depression in children, or is that not important?
What is a methylation defect? What are the possible implications of this defect on health? Can symptoms become more probematic as one ages?
Methylation : A methylation defect is typically referring to a genetic SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) in your MTHFR 677 or MTHFR 1298 genes. There are other genes involved in the methylation pathway, but these are the basic ones. Methylation affects the expression of all genes. They are especially known for affecting the production of neurotransmitters and on infertility and birth defects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the causes of sexual aversion disorder? Is it possible to have this due to sexual abuse as a baby or toddler?
Doubtful: There is a "pop" notion that the inability to enjoy normal adult lovemaking is the result of "forgotten" sexual abuse and perhaps that someone should be blamed. From my own reading, this is not an evidence-based claim, and even if it were true, there's no future in turning one's mind to hate. What's happening, whether the diagnosis is real / helpful etc, best rx must be far more complicated. ...Read more
Virus/food reaction: The most common factor (with fever) will be an enterovirus (gut virus).Babies who consume foods their system is allergic or intolerant to will also produce diarrhea. Making sure the baby takes in enough liquids to support normal urine output is the main goal in treatment. ...Read more
Conundrum A facet of OCPD is the failure of the sufferer to recognise there is something wrong, how then can I encourage my partner to seek help?
Could be a Problem: This is either a child whose physical growth-both height and weight are delayed well beyond age predicted values or a serious delay in emotional or intellectual development or both.This term describes a condition, but not the cause which needs looking into. Consult your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Uncommon: The incidence is about 20-30 per 100, 000 live births. ...Read more
Can you tell me if the damage to the optical nerve happens as a result of psychiatric problems like schizophrenia or is it part of the symptom?
None of those: I am not sure what you mean by damage to the optic nerve. If a doctor has found this damage then it has nothing to do with the diagnosis of schizophrenia and you need to be followed by a neurologist. However, if you believe your optic nerve is damaged but it has not been confirmed by a doctor or if a doctor has evaluated you and cannot find damage then it may be symptoms of schizoprenia. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What is the survivability of a molar when one root has a caries preventing restoration of the root? In other words, what is the viablility of a molar
Generall poor: if a tooth can't be restored, it can't be saved, regardless of having root canal or not! That being said,often times periodontal surgery and/ or root amputation can allow certain teeth to be saved after advanced decay removal. Have qualified Endontist and / or Periodontist review you situation! ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Several possible: The features of down syndrome are dependent on the addition of one extra segment of a 21 chromosome which is more likely as women age .You can get this several ways. The traditional DS (~95%) has 3 copies of a 21 chromosome. About 4% have the specific extra 21 piece stuck on a regular chromosome (trans-location).About 1% have a mosaic of some normal and some 21 trisomy in variable amounts. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What does this mean and what is the treatment besides pain management? There are central to right paracentral protrusions at t6-t7 and t7-t8 which project against and appear to be displacing the right sie of the cord. There is no significant foraminal nar
Thorasic disc : Besides pain management (medications), injection therapy such as epidurals can be attempted. However, consultation with a spine surgeon (orthopedic spine or neurosurgeon specializing in spine) is warranted given finding of displaced cord. Depending on the symptoms, surgery is sometime the best option. Physical med & rehab (physiatry) consultation can also be a good starting point. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could u please explain the complications of burr hole evacuation... Whether there is any relation with neck stability in children..?
Unrelated: A burr hole is a hole drilled through the bone of the skull. This will allow the neurosurgeon to insert needles or catheters or fiber optic instruments in order to take out or evacuate something abnormal. The hole left will be able to be felt even when all else has healed. There is no association that i know of with neck stability problems. ...Read more
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