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Why Am I So Much More Tanned Than My Brothers And Sisters
Almost all my brothers and sisters has diseases at a young age14, 21,24 I'm 23 what are the chances I may develop a disease as well, I'm very paranoid?
Which disease? Ask : your sibs the name & what mutation their molecular genetic testing revealed, so your MD can order a Chromosomal Microarray or specific genetic test. Genetic disorders differ in patterns of inheritance. Examples: in some, each child has a 50% chance of inheriting a disorder from an affected parent; in others, a 25% chance of inheritance when both unaffected parents carry a mutant gene. Others vary ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an "a" blood type, my brothers and sisters have the same type "o" blood type, is that possible?
Yes: Yes it is. Your blood type a is because on of your parents was type a and the other type o. Your siblings happened to get the recessive o allele from the type a parent and o from the other. You got the a allele from the a parent making you a. It's totally possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Sibling rivalry varies tremendously with the ages of the children, the characteristics of the family, the activities in which they engage, and the children themselves. Some interesting studies have described more rivalry with children who are closer in age and the same gender, but this depends very much on the individual children involved. Can it be as bad in girls as in boys? In a word, yes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Difficult: Forgive and forget...Holding a grudge only hurts you. If you are unable to get over something that was done to you that was serious, then put them out of your life. You could also speak with a psychologist or psychiatrist about your feelings and they will be able to help you work through it more easily. ...Read more
Unknown: Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer to your inquiry. Potentially for the rest of their lives is the reality of the nature of 'brotherhood'. There may be periods of competition, rivalry, arguing, etc...As long as the love between them is emphasized; and they should be taught that respect of one another is of paramount importance; then "brothers will be brothers" as they say. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: "shared family experience" is the primary issue for advocates for older siblings to be present at the birth of a new sibling. Others feel disgusted, with concern that the children might react negatively to the sight of mom going through a rough labor & delivery. Some set the age from 3-5 or older. Individual temperment & personality, rather than age is the key. Check your hospital's policy too. ...Read more
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