Has any link been suggested between a baby having had blue baby syndrome and later at 3 yrs having epilepsy?
No as the blue baby is caused by a whole in the heart, and not epilepsy.
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a period is a sign your body is ready for a baby so no it will not cause problems in later life. but if you are not ready within your self then i advise you go see your GP i h…ave just had a baby and i am only 18 i also have been pregnant before hand
Approximately 50% - the same as if you didn't have 3 girls previously.
Ask a doctor if you think you are pregnant.
If you think you are pregnant or may be pregnant, get a pregnancy test kit from the pharmacy or go to your doctor to get tested. You should find out as soon as possible so you… and your baby can start getting prenatal care. In general no! I'm not saying it's completely impossible but it is not likely at all. The main reason being most girls don't start their period until they are at the youngest 11. and most girls don't start ovulating until about a year after their first period. However I have heard of a girl as young as eight having a baby, so five may not be completely impossible. However, a five year old is too young to make the concious decision to have sexual intercourse so therefore no five year old should ever get pregnant. the male would also have to have to have hit puperty and i never heard of a 5 year old that's has puperty yet. so yes it is impossable
\nSometimes if your stomach is high. When your stomach is low it's a boy. If the baby is low it's a boy. The opposite for a girl.
Harry Potter didnt have potters syndrome.. SO malfoy that for a second.
Brown eye gene = B Blue eye gene = b Each person has two copies of the eye color gene in their genome, one inherited from each parent. Now if both parents only carry the ge…ne for brown eyes, BB and BB, then their child will receive one B from each parent, ending up as BB. The same works for blue eyes, if that's the only gene both parents carry, bb and bb. Each parents gives on b to the child, who ends up as bb. If you have one parent who only has the gene for brown eyes, BB, and one parent who only has the gene for blue eyes, bb, then all the children will have brown eyes. Example: One parent gives a B, the other gives a b. Bb = brown eyes. Here's why: When you have two alleles (coding sequences) from genes that are at odds with each other, one version will override the the other. When dealing with eye color, B always dominates b. But these children now carry the b gene in them, and could pass it down to their own children. Some of them, depending on the other parent, could end up with blue eyes. If one parent is Bb, and the other is bb, then each time they have a child, there is a 50% chance it will have blue eyes. Example: First parent is Bb, second parent is bb, then their children will end up as either Bb, bb, Bb, bb. If both parents carry the genes for brown eyes and blue eyes, then each time they have a child, there is a 25% chance it will have blue eyes. Example: First parent is Bb, second parent is Bb, then their children will end up as either BB, Bb, Bb, bb.
If your period is a week or more late, get a pregnancy test from the drugstore or go to your doctor and get tested. It is best to find out as early as possible so that you can… get prenatal care for you and the baby.
If you are worried or concerned then you should try and speak to a medical professional. There are tests and screenings available between 11 & 20 weeks; the results of these a…re not always conclusive. Speak to a doctor who will be able to advise you. The male contributes about 5% of the risk, statistically. The female contribution of risk increases with her age. A woman's statistical risk at age 20 is 1 in 1529, so a 17 year old should be safer - much less than 1/10 of 1%. Since this disease is linked to accumulating damage to the parents egg and/or sperm, you should also consider personal exposure to mutagens/radiation or dietary deficiencies. Oddly enough, immediately after a Down syndrome birth, a higher risk drops to about 1% for subsequent pregnancies, indicating some kind of repair or elimination of defective cells. This is the same risk faced by 40 year old women.
No. Down syndrome is an Oops type thing. It occurs spontaneously. The only way to keep from having a baby with Down syndrome is abortion or adoption.
Increases/ decreases then increases. I really dont know but theprevious answer of "answer" was so unsatisfactory that I couldntjust leave it. Please improve this answer.
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Yes,but it depends on what type of guineapigs they are.
risk of having a baby with Down syndrome increases with her increasing age. Two types of testing is available during a pregnancy to determine if the baby being carried has Dow…n syndrome.
Yes and can die to so stay away from them kind of babies like that OK if you get by them you will die ok
the odds of having a baby with beckwith weidemann syndrome is 1 in 13,700 in the united states. that is 300 per year.
The only maternal characteristic to show a strong enough association to imply any causation is advanced maternal age, some sources reporting >35 years and some up to >45 years….