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Posts tagged help
Question by Niki J:
Conjunctivitis in a newborn ?? HELP PLZ!!?
had my first prenatal visit they checked me for all stds my test all come back negative … I had my baby 2 weeks ago and she has developed an eye infection the physician called conjunctivitis …. She said it could have come from me having chlamydia or gonorrhea but I was also tested at the end of my preg. stds at like 8 mon and the test come back neg too….. I really dont know what to think and I have read that the only ways the 2 stds she told me about can only be passed through a vaginal birth and I had a c section Has anyone else went through this I am really concerned for my newborn ANY advice will be GREATLY appreciated !!!
They did give me eye drops and also done a culture on her eye …. I just didnt believe that was what was wrong with her did your son develope it soon after he was born?
THANKS ALOT !! I have really been stressing about this and really worried and did not know what to do except wait for 5 days until the culture came back but that REALLY helped ease my mind…. Thanks so much !!
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Question by ashley s:
Help! Decorating the nursery! Ocean theme!?
We are going to paint 3 of the walls sea foam green. On the last wall, we are going to paint a mural of underwater with coral reef, sand, fish and a few other things. This will be a room for an infant. He is due in about 13 weeks, so we need to get started now. We just need a few more ideas to get things started! Thanks in advance for your help.
I posted this in another category and got negative results. I need advice and creative ideas. Not criticism. Thanks!
i need ideas mostly for the mural on the wall. the green that will be on the other walls matched the blanket and it isnt a bright color. its a patel green. i just dont want to leave them white while i do a mural on one wall.
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Question by the1god:
BIO HELP plz?
I am quite weak in this and would be great if i could have the answers for these questions or even notes on evolution
Hardy-Weinberg Law Problems
Screech owls are found in two different colour patterns: red and gray. Scientists have raised and bred
these owls in captivity. The scientists mated red to red, red to gray, and gray to gray. The red to gray
matings usually gave equal numbers of red and gray offspring, but sometimes gave only red offspring.
A population survey done in Pennsylvania showed the population to be composed of 51% red and 49%
gray owls. Use the Hardy-Weinberg equations and Table A below to help you answer the questions
a) Which gene is dominant and which gene is recessive? How can you determine this?
b) Compute each allele frequency.
c) Suppose the frequency for red feathers is 0.42 ten years later in the same population. What could
have caused the change in the gene frequency?
d) What is the percentage of heterozygous owls?
The capability to taste a chemical substance called PTC is the result of inheriting a dominant gene (P).
Humans that are hybrid (Pp) for the gene are also tasters. Humans that are pure recessive cannot taste
PTC. A population sample was taken in a small town and of 1092 people tested 64% were found to be
a) How many people in the sample can taste PTC?
b) What is the frequency of each allele?
c) What percent of the population are heterozygous? How many people are heterozygous?
d) What percent of the population are homozygous dominant? How many people are homozygous?
e) A sample was taken in the same town 15 years later and the allele frequencies were found to be
the same as in the earlier sample. How can you account for this result?
One in 1700 US Caucasian newborns have cystic fibrous. C for normal is dominant over c for cystic
fibrous. What percent of the population is homozygous dominant, and thus not carrier of the disease?
4. If 9% of an African population is born with a severe form of sickle-cell anemia (ss), what percentage of the
population will be more resistant to malaria because they are heterozygous(Ss) for the sickle-cell gene?
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Question by MillerMyers:
HELP needed from parents that have or are currently cosleeping with an infant?
Our boy is 3 1/2 months old that is breastfed, has a stay-at-home mother and has slept in bed with us nightly since he was born. We are dealing with some attachment issues right now. We can’t get him to fall asleep on his own for his much needed naps during the day. This is making him more fussy and harder to deal with at times because he needs to be held to fall asleep. Sometimes he’s so overtired that he will not sleep at all and just continues to wail. Even though we love sleeping with him, we do not want this to continue for much longer. Please offer any recommendations on how we can make this transition as smooth as possible and/or share your experiences. Also, any thoughts on the cry it out method. Thanks!
Chase’s Mommy and Daddy
We do not like the cry it out method. We are not even considering it as an option. Please try to stick with the first part of our question and give us any feedback pertaining to the main theme of the question. Thanks again!
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Question by s. s:
What can you do to help babies with asthma?
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Question by bearcatcs03:
How do I help my 4yo sleep if she has very restless legs?
Ever since my daughter was an infant she has been very restless at night. About an hour after she falls asleep, every night, she starts to violently kick and she seems to be in pain but still half asleep. She kicks and locks her knees, to the point where I have gone in her room and she has busted my lip from kicking so hard. Physicians are wary of diagnosing restless leg syndrome bc of harsh side effects of the medication. We have to massage her legs to get her to calm down. It’s become hard for her and us parents to sleep at night. Any recommendations on how to help this?
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Question by concerned mother:
does anybody know how i can get help besides ssi for my down syndrome infant?
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Question by Bonnie:
Cat smell…ewwww — Patoooey! STINKY!! // PLEASE HELP!!?
I have three manx cats. One is the mom who is about 7 years old (Can only estimate her age as she was a neglected, abandoned little girl when I found her with her 5 newborn kittens) and the other two are 2 of her 5 kittens. Chief and ChaCha who about about 3.5 years old. So, I have two female and one male manx who are strictly indoor cats. I have had all of them spayed/neutered.
Here’s the catch: From time-to-time I leave my clean or dirty laundry out before a good cleaning day comes around once a week or so. These clothes STINK STINK STAAANK. Whewww! PeeYuuuu! Smells like cat urine.
Obviously one or all of them have urinated on them…but I have a hard time believing this because I keep their litter boxes clean and ready to use — you know how cats dislike a dirty used kitty litter box. Riiight? Could it be simply that the male (or any of them) lay on these clothes during the day and their body odors seep into the fabric? Yes, the smell comes out during the laundry (especially because I use an oxy-clean type of product, bleach and loads of laundry detergent and fabric softener) I once heard that male cats still emit a foul odor no matter if they have been neutered or not. Is this what’s happening? I stuck my FACE in his fur to smell if *he* smells. Nope. He smells just fine. He’s a fluffy one…that’s for sure.
Any (credible) answers would be so appreciated. Of course, I realize I should always hang my clothes just after laundering them…and yes, I realize that I should keep the dirty/to be laundered clothing/towels, etc. in a separate hamper. That is ultimately going to have to be the solution…I suspect. However, I do not notice this awful, foul…. SMELLY CAT SMELL … (ewwww) on my furniture or in the carpet. So? What gives?
Thanks again for those who give legit (not smart ars) answers :^) These are my angel babies….I am officially the *cat lady* —- I love them soooo much!
Take care! Be well!
Thx 2 all of you who have answered so far. They are all great answers and THANK YOU for your solidarity and support during this very stanky stank time! tee heee. DO YOU GUYS THINK THAT FABREEZE or a like product would be useful on any furniture? So far I dont detect any stinky stinkston on the furniture fabric….but I could be wrong. Now I am all paranoid about walking around smelling like cat urine….unknowingly. Tee Hee….
I feel kind of petty about this as I know those in Haiti are suffering…for real tho.
Thanks again, everyone!!!
Question by Mysterious_Chick:
I do not know how to help her?
My sister moved home a couple of months before she gave birth to her baby boy. He is 7 weeks old now and obviously is still sleeping in my sisters room in his cot. My sister has told me that for weeks now when she puts the baby down to sleep he will stay awake and look up like he can see something looking down at him. His eyes follows this invisible thing around the room and my sister is getting uneasy now as it’s like he’s in a trance and when she tries to get his attention it’s like he can’t see her at all. It’s only when his eyes finally stop following this thing that he then looks at his mum as if nothing has happened. She said that he also plays with this thing and laughs and smiles at it ( he has only just started to smile and laugh, he’s a early developer i think!) My sister has called me for the pass couple of days sounding increasingly worried about this. I think she has been telling me this because she knows i have an interest in the paranormal but i am not a professional or anything, it just interests me. I have not told my sister this but i actually hate the atmosphere in her bedroom and basically the whole of the upstairs but particularly the bedroom and have done ever since i first saw the house. At first my sister just thought that is was our granny (who died just after i was born) visiting her and her baby but the thing is no one in our family has ever felt the presence of her after she died so i was sceptical about that idea. Now though she is getting worried for her baby’s safety and asked me if i thought she should get someone to check her home for ghosts and i said that i think a lot of those people just make it up so it’s not worth the money, I do not know what to recommend her to do. She is not religious, she has never provoked any spirits like played a ouija board so i really do not know what it could be. I told her to look in her baby book to see if this behaviour is something else but she said she already looked and found nothing related to it. What should she do? My email is Mysterious_chick13@hotmail.co.uk if anyone has any looong comments on this. thanks
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Question by brenga:
Can anyone help me identify an infant carrier I saw?
The carrier is neutral colored ( beige and brown mostly) with small lions and giraffes. I am designing a gender neutral baby nursery in a safari theme and the fabric of this automobile seat is the perfect match. Mainly I am hoping someone can tell me the brand so that I can get a superior look at the fabric.
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