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How do you get Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?

Fetal Alcohol syndrome (FAS) is caused by a woman drinking too much alcohol during pregnancy. The pregnant woman typically is also malnourished, receives no pre-natal medical

What is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?

According to the Medical Encyclopedia:    Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a pattern of birth defects, learning, and behavioral problems affecting individuals whose moth

What is FAS - Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?

What is fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS)?   FAS is one of the most common known causes of mental retardation. It is the only cause that is entirely preventable. Studies by the

Can you get Fetal alcohol syndrome from the father?

Fetal alcohol effect is not as severe. In Case Of Alcohol & Man.........It Has Also Been Found That..The Man Who Is An Alcoholic....& Spouse Not A Drinker.......Can Also Som

Is fetal alcohol syndrome genetic?

no. it is due to the expectant mother drinking alcohol over a period of time affecting the fetus. Each time an expectant mother drinks and or smokes, so does the fetus.

Describe fetal alcohol syndrome?

Fetal alcohol syndrome is when during her pregnancy, the mother consumes alcohol, causing many complications to her baby. The baby could suffer a variety of disabilities such

Is fetal alcohol syndrome infectious?

  no fetal alcohol syndrome is a disease in which a mother to be abuses alcohol which usually and most often results in various deformations of the fetus/infant.

What causes fetal alcohol syndrome?

When a pregnant woman consumes substantial amounts of alchohol the fetus can be harmed, and be born with fetal alcohol syndrome.

How common is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?

A national survey found that more than half of women age 15-44 drank while pregnant. Of the women who reported drinking during their pregnancy, 66% reported drinking in their

What are the effects of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?

brain damage, slow speech, autism, attention disorder to name a few. A. Low birth weight and length B. Heart defects C. Larger head size D. Mental retardation Wh
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Is fetal alcohol syndrome congenital?

No. It is a condition that occurs in newborns as a result of exposure to large amount of alcohol in utero (while still in the womb). It happens when pregnant women drink durin

How do you treat Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?

You don't treat it - you prevent it. Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a serious health problem that tragically affects its victims and their families, but that is completely

What is fetal alcohol syndrome FAS?

If a pregnant woman consumes a lot of alcohol during her pregnancy, and particularly during the earlier part of her pregnancy, the developing fetus will be harmed, and will be