Congenital-Limb-Defect

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    i-am-pregnant
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    jpcm
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    My daughter is 2 yrs old, and born with Amniotic Band Syndrome!! She is gorgeous and she is extremely outgoing. Her Left hand is webbed except for the thumb, and her right hand she is missing her middle finger and her pointer is swollen due to constriction. Her right foot is missing 2 toes and her big toe is a bubble toe. Her left leg above her ankle has a band wrapped under skin, that isn’t affecting naything yet, so Dr’s aren’t concerned yet. She is a patient with Shriners Hospital. Caiti is best thing that ever happened to me!! Now she has a 9 month odl sister…and it’s amazing!!!

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    i-am-pregnant
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    My daughter is 7yrs old and she’s beautiful she has Congenital Limb Defect and she has adapted to her birth defect it may take her a little longer to do things but she can do what any other child can do. For the people who would like to see my beautiful angel you can visit my profile

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    jayron
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    An inherent leg and arm deformity is the point at which an arm or leg doesn’t shape ordinarily as a child develops in the uterus. The precise reason for an inborn appendage imperfection is frequently not known. Certain things may build the odds of a child being brought into the world with such a deformity.

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    jayron
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    The exact cause is yet to be discovered, but this, of course, has treatment, many rounds the world children has this problem. Few get corrected in the increase of age and time, and few needs proper time. Curing this needs time and patience.

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    jayron
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    I can definitely understand the pain you are going through A congenital limb defect is when an arm or leg doesn’t form normally as a baby grows in the uterus. The exact cause of a congenital limb defect is yet not known in research . Certain things may increase the chances of a child being born with such a defect.

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