What percent of the babies that are born are born with disabilities?
the answer is 2% per 1,000 babies that are born are born with disabilities.
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Answer . I have a son with pretty severe disabilities and for a Narc my H does care quite a deal for our son. It is something I have never quite understood. Now that we are separated he takes our son every weekend and enjoys having him around. \n. \nThis puzzled me as I know he has full blow…n NPD and I actually questioned Sam V. about this strange, seemingly out of character, thing for a Narc. Sam V. said that they can get supply even from inanimate objects and can thusly also get some supply from a special needs child. \n. \nThat said, when my son turned 1 (9 years ago), my H began to work 60 hours a week. I tried to take vacations with him, which he refused to do, only to learn years later when he confessed to me that he couldn't take more than 4 days at a time to be with our son. \n. \nInterestingly tho, is that he cannot handle it when our son gets sick or think he's in pain...it's almost like he is reliving pain in himself as a child. It's kinda wierd actually.\n. \nSo, even though my H does care for our son, it is still on his terms. \n. \nHope that's somewhat helpful. ( Full Answer )
Approximately 1 in 150 children have autism, that is approx. 73 a day, and approx. 26,767 children a year are born with autism in the US. Numbers are up from 1 in 10,000 a generation ago, and 3-4 generations ago, autism was practically unknown. Reasons for the increase may include: - Inc…reased numbers of pregnant women on medication during pregnancy. For example, the anticonvulsant drug sodium valproate (epilim/depakote) is proven in studies to cause a 10% risk of autism when unborn babies are exposed to it. - Various other anticonvulsant drugs and hormonal drugs are also suspect, and under investigation for causing increased risk of autism. - Increased diagnosis. More children at the "softer" end of the spectrum are now obtaining diagnosis. - Environmental genetic damage. It is generally accepted that certain chemicals in our environment cause genetic damage. This may be associated with the increase in autism rates. - Older parental ages. Women are having children when older. Genetic damage is more likely to occur in eggs from older women, and in sperm cells from older men. Unknown but possible candidates for autism rate increase include: - foetal ultrasound, which has never been tested for human safety yet is now universal - vaccine overload, where too many vaccines create an immune response overload in young children / babies - general environmental pollution, including lead and mercury, plus a host of other damaging chemicals and poisons. ( Full Answer )
After about 36 to 38 weeks of pregnancy, a baby is well-developed enough to survive outside the womb. In the process called "labor" the uterus contracts, pushing the fetus down the birth canal. In a period of from minutes to hours, the baby emerges and takes its first breath of air. Watch the vid…eo in the link provided below and you will know exactly how a baby is born. ( Full Answer )
Female Pandas are only able to conceive 2-3 days out of a year.They don't reach sexual maturity until age 5-6. The babies arebirthed through the birth canal.
No. To begin with, platypuses are not born; they are hatched from eggs. Secondly, they are hatched in a chamber at the end of a very long burrow which the mother digs in the bank of a creek or river.
Through vaginal birth or c-section where they cut open the stomach and take the baby out.
According to the Bible, sickness and disease, including birth defects and other disabilities, are a result of sin. Adam and Eve were created perfect, but after they sinned, mankind inherited the sin nature, and with it, we also inherited the consequences of sin. Jesus died to take away the eternal c…onsequences of sin, in other words, to make it possible for us to go to Heaven instead of Hell, but the physical consequences of sin will be with us until we get to Heaven. The Bible also says that God will make a new earth, on which there will be no sickness nor disease of any kind. ( Full Answer )
The answer is long, long, long. I will try to answer it in a nutshell: it involves the actions of hormones that act on the uterus to make it contract and expel the baby, and act on the mouth of the uterus to make it open. These contractions are involuntary, but are aided by voluntary contractions of… the abdominal and pelvic muscles of the mother. The baby also contributes by turning, rotating and positioning self in such a way that it goes out. Or, you can just have a C-section! ( Full Answer )
In humans and other mammals, babies are born through the birth canal, which is the path from the uterus through the vagina (taking the reverse course from the path initially taken by the fertilizing sperm). Babies can be born at any time and in any place, preferably one chosen for safety and health… by its parents. ( Full Answer )
When a male and a female get horny and sexual and lay down and the male sticks his dick and in a woman's vagina and gets her pregnant with have sperm and the female becomes pregnant and gets rushed to a hospital while she curses because of the pain and then the baby gets pulled out.
Usually when a mother is in labour, she goes to the hospital to deliver her baby. However some women prefer to have a 'home birth' where she has her child at home.
Human babies are born about nine months (38 weeks) after conception, normally when the pregnant mother goes through labor, or childbirth.
They have a sponge like mouth parts and like adult flies they use this sponge, to suck up nutrients from food and other sources.
When she was about 16 mouths old she got vary sick with what the doctors thought to be Scarlet Fever and she had a fevor so high it esenually bured her brain and the area that countrolled her sight and hearing so she then became blind and deaf!
a unborn baby is born it comes through the vagina the vagina can expand to about the size of a baby and contract to the size if a pea this is why its u nique
There are genetic, pre-natal and post-natal causes for mental disabilities. Genetic abnormalities can occur from within the gene pool, or after development begins. Drug or alcohol abuse during pregnancy has also been linked to developmental damage to the unborn child. Intentional or accidental fetal… injuries can affect the brain, as can difficulties in childbirth. In infancy, mental development problems can be triggered by nutritional deficiencies, head injuries, or any event that reduces the flow of oxygen to the brain. ( Full Answer )
A female can only make a female baby (hence the XX factor). A male can make a female or a male baby (hence the XY factor). There is always a 50/50 chance for a female or a male.
People with disabilities are equally God's children as those who do not ( and we all have imperfections to some extent).The disabilities are usually the result of genetic errors that have crept in over time since sin entered the world, and everything - even our DNA - is subject to corruption. Someti…mes the disabilities are caused by ineptitude or mistakes on the part of medical people or others, and again, that is because man is no longer perfect as in the beginning. Disabled people are God's children none-the-less. ( Full Answer )
Baby elepahnts are tended by the mother after birth, and remain with the herd until they reach aduthood.
They have a small thin coat of fur but you know are covered inblood until the mother licks them clean.
Goldfish are canibals when it comes to their young and eggs. So ifyou want to keep ALL the fry, you can either: A: keep them in the main tank in a breeding box B: remove them entirely and put them in a separate tank solely forreading fry
People tend to believe that the health of the father plays little part in harm to a fertilized egg. That is not true. If the father is a drug abuser (steroids count) or and alcoholic it can affect the fertilized egg just as genetics can cause a problem. It is important you tell your obstetrician abo…ut your concerns. ( Full Answer )
There are many tests and procedures that can tell a lot about a baby before it's born, such as it's sex and certain medical problems it may have. Ultra sound, which gives a picture of the unborn baby, can tell the baby's sex, how well it's developing, when it's due, etc. Another procedure that c…an help doctors determine certain medical conditions is amniocentesis. This is a procedure where the doctor draws amniotic fluid (the fluid that surrounds the fetus) from the abdominal area. The fluid is then tested for various things, which is how they can tell so much about the baby. ( Full Answer )
Female anacondas are generally 3 to 4 times larger then the males and bear their young live and are called "Neonates" , the number of young varies, some have produced 100 babies, but the average is between 20 to 40 babies which are about 24 inches (0.6 m) long. General information! Anacondas S…cientific classification. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Suborder: Serpentes Family: Boidae Subfamily: Boinae Genus: Eunectes The question what is the biggest snake can be confusing, the biggest as far as girth (largest being measured at 44 inches or 1,1176 m) is the Green Anaconda , on average anacondas are more then 20 ft (6.09 m) long with and average weight of 300+ pounds (136.08+ kg) many reaching lengths of 29ft ( 8.83 m) or more, with a weight of over 550 lbs ( 249.48 kg) , in terms of length then and only then will the Reticulated Python exceed the anaconda, the longest python was measured at 33 ft ( 10.05 m) but even this python can't match the total mass of the anaconda. Anacondas are members of the Boidae family of reptiles and spend most of their time in rivers and swamps of the Amazon Rainforest in South America which makes them excellent swimmers and are capable of holding their breath for around 15 minutes, female anacondas are generally 3 to 4 times larger then the males and bear their young live and are called "Neonates" , the number of young varies, some have produced 100 babies, but the average is between 20 to 40 babies which are about 24 inches (0.6 m) long. Diet consist of (depending on the size of the anaconda, the larger the snake the larger the prey) large/small rodents like capybaras, also pigs, caiman, jaguars, deer, dogs, birds even fish and is acquired by ambushing with a quick strike, 100 rear-facing sharp teeth hold the prey while suffocating it with constriction, (the anaconda is so powerful it generally crushes it's prey) then swallowing it whole, the digestion of the anaconda is very slow thereby allowing it to survive without food for well over a year. Anacondas have around a 10 to 12 year year life span in the wild, in captivity some have reached 20 + years, the biggest threat to it is man and loss of their habitat. ( Full Answer )
depending on when the dolphin conceves, but dolphins are usually born in the summer or spring months like any other mammal. a dolphin carries its calf in the womb for 10-17 months.
Hannah Montana, a popular show starting in 2006, starring Miley Cyrus who was a teenager sensation, and also a high school ordinary girl, never had a baby. She was never pregnant. As of right now, she was engaged to Hunger Games actor, Liam Hemsworth. Unfortunately, Hemsworth cheated on Cyrus, and t…he engagement was broken. ( Full Answer )
The worlds heaviest baby in the world weighed 23.12 lbs and died eleven hours after birth The heaviest baby born to a healthy mother was a boy weighing 10.2 kg (22 lb 8 oz) who was born to Sig. Carmelina Fedele (Italy) at Aversa, Italy in September 1955. .
If the mother is a first time mom, do not touch her babies until they have their eyes open. If she trusts you and has had litters before this one, you may touch the babies but rub some of her nesting material on your hands first to keep her scent on them.
A human being must be sexually mature to become pregnant. Sexual maturity occurs in early teenage years. So, no newborn can ever be "pregnant"! A twin in the mother's uterus would never be in its twin's uterus. In fact, each fetus has its own amniotic sac--a large bubble full of special fluid wh…ere a fetus grows. ( Full Answer )
No, a baby's spine looks something like a C when they're born. Over time, as they become able to lift their head, crawl and ultimately walk the spine changes and develops the normal S-shape.
They will be the same color as the white parent or a little bit darker and as they grow they be in between the two parents. I hope this hepls you understand moreîîî.
it is about half a meter long and 50 centimeters long. If you dont like this answer go on fantage to tell me what is wrong about or look up a different website.
For humans to have a baby, a man and woman usually need to have sex, there are medical methods of impregnating a woman also, but that is another issue altogether. They may not be successful every time they have sex, but the woman can become pregnant after having sex only one time. When she becomes p…regnant a baby will form in her womb over a period of 8 to 9 months. During this time the baby lives inside the woman, feeding on the nutrients supplied by the food she eats through the umbilical cord. Then after the baby has grown and developed for those 9 months, the woman will go into labor. This is normally a very painful process for the woman, she will experience severe contractions, and her cervix will dilate to allow the child room to leave her body. After her cervix is dilated to 10 centimeters she can begin pushing to help the baby, but only when the Dr. or mid-wife let her know everything is alright to do so. When the babies head is out, then the shoulders, the worst part of the pain is over. Then the doctors help slowly pull the baby out. Next, they will cut the umbilical cord connecting the baby to the woman. This is then tied off and creates the belly button. For more details, please see the site listed below. ( Full Answer )
A litter of guinea pigs can range anywhere from one to six babies. Because of this large variation, I find it is helpful to breed two females at a time so that they can care for each other's young. Guinea pigs are very social creatures by nature, so keeping mutliple guinea pigs together is a good id…ea. ( Full Answer )
The eggs are hatched within the mother and are born alive. General information! Anacondas Scientific classification. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Suborder: Serpentes Family: Boidae Subfamily: Boinae Genus: Eun…ectes The question what is the biggest snake can be confusing, the biggest as far as girth (largest being measured at 44 inches or 1,1176 m) is the Green Anaconda , on average anacondas are more then 20 ft (6.09 m) long many reaching lengths of 29ft ( 8.83 m) or more, with a weight of over 550 lbs ( 249.48 kg) , in terms of length then and only then will the Reticulated Python exceed the anaconda, the longest python was measured at 33 ft ( 10.05 m) but even this python can't match the total mass of the anaconda. Anacondas are members of the Boidae family of reptiles and spend most of their time in rivers and swamps of the Amazon Rainforest in South America which makes them excellent swimmers and are capable of holding their breath for around 15 minutes, female anacondas are generally larger then the males and bear their young live and are called "Neonates" , the number of young varies, some have produced 100 babies, but the average is between 20 to 40 babies. Diet consist of (depending on the size of the anaconda, the larger the snake the larger the prey) large/small rodents like capybaras, also pigs, caiman, jaguars, deer, dogs, birds even fish and is acquired by ambushing with a quick strike, 100 rear-facing sharp teeth hold the prey while suffocating it with constriction, (the anaconda is so powerful it generally crushes it's prey) then swallowing it whole, the digestion of the anaconda is very slow thereby allowing it to survive without food for well over a year. Anacondas have around a 30 year life span and the biggest threat to it is man and loss of their habitat. ( Full Answer )
It sheds all the tissue and material from the pregnancy thru the vagina for several days. It contracts some after delivery to help restore itself to normal size and expel the contents of delivery. It takes several weeks for it to return to its normal size and thickness.
Muslim people celebrate by drinking wine and eating only bread. the baby will also be dressed fully and will be given breast milk and meat.
We're not really sure, but it's been this way as far back as anyone has records, and the percentage seems to be consistent in all cultures. This suggests that homosexuality is a necessary part of human civilization. It is probably related to the interaction of several genes and the instinctive patte…rns of human "pack behavior." Current research suggests sexual orientation (whether a person is heterosexual, homosexual or bisexual) may be related to hormonal events in the mother's womb during fetal development. Homosexual acts are a form of birth control, of course, and can relieve sexual tension when heterosexual options are unavailable or inappropriate. (For example, they allow youngsters to experience sexuality without causing a potentially dangerous pregnancy.) ( Full Answer )
The disabled baby was sent out to the street to die. Or, some children were chopped up and eaten by the White Men's animals. Sad. I know.
Generally women go to hospitals at the onset of labor. Most all have a maternity ward for just that purpose.
After 9 months in the mothers stomach ,it might not be exactly.Sometimes people are born way before. the 9 months. Babies do NOT grow in the mother's stomach. The stomach is an organ of the digestive system. A baby grows and develops in the mother's uterus, a reproductive organ. Human gestation is… approximately 40 weeks, or 10 months after conception. ( Full Answer )
Answer 1: before Answer 2: In the U.S., baby showers are traditionally held a few months before a baby is due. However, some cultural groups within the U.S. population -- Asian Americans, Jewish Americans, Latino Americans for example -- have reservations regarding pre-birth baby showers (i.e., they… feel it is bad luck to celebrate before baby is born) and may have a party after birth instead. ( Full Answer )
85% of people in Sweden are actually born from there. The other 15% are immigrants.
I don't know many, but I do know that if a pregnant woman catches rubella while pregnant, yes, her baby can be born with a disability.
No; professor Hawking enjoyed a normal mobility and was active in rowing for example until about age 21 when he received his diagnosis after the family noticed some apparent clumsiness and other evidence. At the time of his diagnosis he was given a two year life expectancy. As of 2014 he is 72 and o…nce made a comment that he was grateful in a way for his confinement as it gave him extensive opportunity to ponder cosmological problems. ( Full Answer )
What percent of healthy babies born in in abnormal pregnancy when your tubes was supposed to have been burn 10 years ago?
my baby is 10 my tubes was burn now i feel like i am pregnant. i don't believe it (shock) if am, its been 4 months. i am heavy built tall; never feeling any thing was wrong until now. i am scared as hell i am reading this called an ectopic pregnancy; most of the time needy emergency surgery. how saf…e is my stage in this pregnancy ( Full Answer )
The baby is born through the birth canal and come through the vagina or via a caeserian which is surgery.
You're not automatically considered disabled, even at birth. If a minor, the parent or guardian needs to fill out an application with your state disability dept., which usually goes through the county social services. That's the only place to start unless the child is in the hospital, where usually …there is someone there to assist in the application. If it's someone who's over the legal age, the same process applies. I have a friend who just went through this - he was born disabled, but as he grew up his parents taught him that he could do anything anyone else could do, so he grew up with a real stubborn streak. He wouldn't admit he was disabled and decided to prove everyone he could do what they could. His left hand was disabled at birth, but he was a policeman during his life. He decided to apply for disability at a point when he had just gotten divorced and wasn't working. He'd waited so very long to apply that he had to now prove that he couldn't do everything anyone else could do. I do think he was eventually approved, but it took an extra long time. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
Babies are born by their mothers after carrying them for a periodof 9 months. They can be born through the birth canal of the motheror through caesarean section operation.
Social Security disability is approved on a case by case basis.Some people are denied disability the first time they apply. I havea friend who was born with spina bifida who was denied three times.The fourth time he filed his claim he got approved. The processtook 3 years before he was approved and …began receiving benefits. ( Full Answer )