No. Spina Bifida has no effect on the size of the penis.
Yes, it does not affect the reproductive system.
Yes. Spina Bifida does not effect the reproductive system. If the man can get an erection, he can have children, unless he has a reproductive problem unrelated to Spina Bifida, such as too low of a sperm count.
There is no cure for Spina Bifida as of now. However, if a pregnant woman's unborn child has Spina Bifida, the woman can have surgery en utero to fuse her child's spine. This is not a cure, but will lessen the symptoms of SB once the child is born.
A man can not get pregnant.
Spina bifida doesn't follow a strict inheritance pattern, but hereditary factors do play some role, though it is not completely understood yet. Mothers who have had one child with spina bifida have a 3-4% chance of their next child having spina bifida, while the general population only has a 0.1-0.2% chance. In the case a pregnant woman has a family history of spina bifida, it is recommended that they take a higher dose of folic acid than other pregnant women. Here again, folic acid plays a role in preventing neural tube defects (like spina bifida), but the mechanism is not well understood. Also, for an unknown reason, it is more prevalent in female children than in male children.
My daughter has Spina Bifida and her daughter has Spina Bifida
Betsy Spina's birth name is Elizabeth Suzanne Spina.
Spina Bifida is an NTD (Neural Tube Defect) affecting the spinal column/cord. Folic Acid, also known as Vitamin B9 is known to help the develop the neural tube (spinal cord and brain) during fetal development. Women of child rearing age who are trying to get pregnant/are pregnant are encouraged to take higher than normal quantities of Folic Acid to help reduce the chances that their baby could have spina bifida. Women should start taking the higher dose at least 3 months before getting pregnant and then throughout their pregnancy, this is especially important for women who have a family history of spina bifida or have spina bifida themselves.
Spina is Latin for spine. Spina Bifida means split spine in Latin.