No, spina bifida is a birth defect. Therefore, a person has to be born with spina bifida to have it.
No, Spina Bifida is not a communicable disorder. It is a birth defect. That means you have to be born with it. You can't "catch" it from someone else.
You cannot "get" Spina Bifida after you are born. It is a birth defect, which means you are born with it, and that is the only way a person can "get" Spina Bifida.
Spina Bifida is not a chromosomal defect. Individuals born with Spina Bifida have the normal number of chromosomes, 46.
Yes a person with spina bifida can have a normal birth. I have spina bifida and had a healthy boy at the age of 24 years.
Yes, he was born with a mild form Spina Bifida Occulta
My daughter has Spina Bifida and her daughter has Spina Bifida
Yes, My daughter was born in 1972 with Spina Bifida and her daughter was born in 1996 with Spina bifida. I also found out that my paternal grandmother had a daughter with a spina defect which I am sure was probably Spina Bifida. However the baby died shortly after birth.
Spina Bifida is a defect you are born with and affects people of all ages.
Hank Williams, Sr. was born with Spina Bifida Occulta, a "hidden" form of Spina Bifida. His death was contributed to the mixing of alcohol and pain medication, which he took to treat back pain caused by his Spina Bifida.
No. Spina Bifida is not communicable, meaning you can't "catch" it from anyone. To have it, you must be born with it. It is a birth defect.
Spina Bifida is a birth defect. The damage to the spinal cord and nerves is permanent for everyone.
Yes. A congenital defect is one the baby is born with, so spina bifida is a congenital defect.