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What S Little Man Syndrome
Short man syndrome: Another name for the short or little man syndrome is a napoleon complex. Sometimes men with short stature may feel inferior and over-compensate for it. An example: a short man who aggressively drives the top of the line sports car- (is he compensating for feelings of inadequacy?). ...Read more
Limited penis growth and height at 25. Will bf accept, or just suffer small man syndrome and feel a need to compensate?
Short stature: Short stature and small phallic size may be due to a chromosome abnormality or more commonly growth hormone deficiency. Check these out as therapy may be available. ...Read more
Can you tell me if the man with kline felter syndrome (man with small testicles) can overcome infertility and become a father?
Sometimes: Most Klinefelter men are infertile, but some studies report that up to 50% have some good spermatozoa in the testes, and some of these men have become fathers especially through assisted reproduction. If this isn't an option for you, or it's not successful, then I hope you'll find it equally rewarding to become involved in community activities that help other folks' kids. Best wishes. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I want to know if the man with kline felter syndrome (man with small testicles) can overcome infertility and become a father?
Find other options: An XXY / klinefelter's man usually will never be able to become a father, though you may want to check in with some advanced fertility specialists. This would be a great time to find other ways to fulfill your desire to care for young people -- as a foster-father, adoptive father, coach, religious educator, police officer or whatever way the universe seems to direct you. ...Read more
No satisfactory one: Klinefelter is a genetic disorder and there is no effective treatment, though some symptoms may be ameliorated with hormonal treatment. You may consult this site for info: http://www. Webmd. Com/men/tc/klinefelter-syndrome-topic-overview#1 ...Read more
Genetic problem: Angelman was once called "happy puppet" syndrome reference the way in which these patients move and laugh. There is severe intellectual impairment and other problems. The cause is lack of a good copy of a particular gene on chromosome 15 inherited from Mom -- often the underlying problem is uniparental disomy rather than a mutation. It's an important case study in genetics. ...Read more
Asperger's Syndrome: Most resources say that men are more likely to have asperger's syndrome than women. I've seen ratios from 4:1 all the way to 10:1. ...Read more
Endocrine tumors: Men (multiple endocrine neoplasia) is a constellation of symptoms from tumors of the endocrine or glandular system. There are 3 kinds: men 1 involving the pancreas, pituitary, and parathyroid glands; men 2a involving the thyroid, adrenals (pheochromocytoma), and possibly the parathyroid; and men 2B or men 3 which involves the thyroid, adrenal, and mouth/eyes (benign). Men 3 is the most severe. ...Read more
Non dysjunction: This term means that one of the earliest divisions of the embryo after conception delivers 3 number 5 chromosomes to a daughter cell and only one to the other daughter cell. The trisomy cell survives to create down's syndrome babies. ...Read more
Selection variables: If a woman generates an egg that contains 2 rather than 1 chromosome 21's, the addition of a 21 from the sperm will cause the trisomy 21 condition. Some of these miscarry & some deliver. When males generate a sperm that carries irregular information, there is speculation that the ones with bad information do not swim as well & thus can't pass the defect. ...Read more
No!: We all behave differently with different people and in different circumstances. Oftentimes we surprise ourselves with how different we can be. Multiple personality syndrome is a very rare disorder and no, it is not possible, to have a "little bit of it.". ...Read more
Gilbert's syndrome: Discuss with your Dr. Usually no worries. ...Read more
Tokosubo syndrome why is it unusual for men and what is the likelyhood it will happen again because he is not getting better and what else could be causing pain?
Are you sure?: How sure are you that he has takotsubo's cardiomyopathy? It usually does not give chest pain. Cardiomyopathies in general do not give chest pain as a primary symptom, usually sob is the main issue. Why takotsubo's does not occur in men as much is not known to the best of my understanding. Other things causing pain are gi-related or musculoskeletal pain. ...Read more
Nervous system: This is a very rare nervous system disease in which the body's immune system attacks itself. Symptoms include progressive rigidity and stiffness. ...Read more