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Who Is Better Dedicated To Raising Children Women Or Men
There may not be one: I'm not aware of a specific charity that donates to all groups equally. Even defining "equal" is tough - equal in terms of number of cases of cancer per group means that men and women will need a greater percentage of the proceeds. Equal in terms of number of years of life lost to cancer means that children have a stronger balance in the decision. Many groups do try to help all three groups. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Postpardom or possibly another reason why this woman leaves all her kids dad after the children are born? Ok i know a woman who has 5 kids all with diffrent dads. Everything with her and the men are great up until the baby is born. Her longest relationsh
It : It wouldn't be fair for me to try to diagnose this woman via an email. However, clearly there is a problem. When traumatized early in life, it can have far reaching effects into the future. A person who has issues with sustaining relationships might well benefit from therapy. ...Read more
If a man with achondroplasia and a normal woman children, what is the likelihood of having dwarfs?
50%: If one parent has achondroplasia, a child has a 50 percent chance of inheriting the fgfr3 gene and subsequently developing achondroplasia. If both parents have the disorder, the child has a three in four (75 percent) chance of developing achondroplasia. Also, in these cases, the child has a one in four chance of inheriting the gene from both parents. Newborns who inherit both genes are considered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me if that if women could have children without needing a man then some would take that option?
Depends: Diabetes is not a pass thru defect or gene issue like eye color. Lifetime risk in offspring would be higher than the general population for type 1dm but not >5%. For type 2dm lifestyle(feeding) factors heavily influence lifetime risk and could be substantial.Healthy dietary & exercise practices decrease type 2 risks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My partner and I have decided we don't want any more children. Is it easier for the man to have a vasectomy or for the woman to get sterilised?
Vasectomy: Vasectomy is a 10-15-minute office procedure. It is much easier, safer, and less expensive than tubal ligation or essure. Essure also is quite expensive, requires a painful confirmatory test, and leaves foreign bodies in the female reproductive tract. I made this video to show the vasectomy procedure and explain my technique in detail: http://youtu.Be/0ni3vxnai58. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
"Hydroxyurea may affect fertility (ability to have children), whether a man or a woman."Please advice..
Chemotherapy: it is a chemotherapy drug (a mild one, that doesn't have severe side effects, once it has been checked, worries about it lowering blood counts too much are not much). It does lower sperm quality and that effect can last after it is stopped. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17316339 ...Read more
If two ppl married, woman(156cm), man(163cm).Would this yield a possibility of dwarfism or children shorter than their parents?Advisable to marry?
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