If the child makes the same thing for hours, then understand this disease: This happens due to wrong medicine in pregnancy, Alan Musk also suffers from it
July 22nd 2022, 5:58 am
Alan Musk, the world's richest man, is always in the news. Recently he is in the news for canceling the Twitter deal. A case has been registered against him in this case. But in 2021, he revealed to the world that he suffered from asparer syndrome. It is the type of autism which is a development disorder. Such children have a very sharp mind, but they are limited to their own world. If you have seen Hrithik Roshan's film 'Koi Mil Gaya' or Rani Mukherjee's film 'Black', then you will understand the disease easily. First of all, let us tell you what happens as an asparager syndrome. The child is not similar to people in syndrome. He talks to himself. Nobody does not mix eyes. He does not recognize people's gestures. Neither would he share his feelings with anyone. He always keeps doing the same thing. Such children are interested in the same subject and they can talk about the same thing for hours. Children suffering from aspiror syndrome also have difficulty in walking or running. It is a disease. This disease, Dr. Kunal Bahrani, director of the Department of Neurology at Fortis Escorts Hospital in Fortis Escorts Hospital, said that the aspiror syndrome is more than genetic reasons. This can also happen even if there is a family history of this disease. If someone has an asparreer syndrome and a woman is going to give birth to another child, then she also has a chance to happen. Do not eat medicine without doctor's advice Health depends a lot on mother's pregnancy. According to Dr. Kunal Bahrani, if the woman has any infection in pregnancy or she eats wrong medicine without the advice of the doctor, the child may still be a victim of aspiror syndrome. When the child does not cry or in a long time in labor pen If you keep some changes in the brain, due to which the symptoms of this syndrome start coming in the child. No teratogenic drugs should be taken in pregnancy. The drug can deliver to the fetus. Damage to damage Kurji Holi Family Hospital, Dr. Meena Samant told Woman Bhaskar that when the woman is pregnant, do not eat any medicine by herself needed. A lot of care should be taken in 8-10 weeks of pregnancy. The wrong drug can cross the placenta and enter the fetus that damages it, although in pregnancy it is not known that the child may have any brain -related problems. Women should periodically conduct ultrasound and doctor examining. If there is an infection during pregnancy, immediately get many types of infections during treatment, which are disorder associated with nervous system. Such as Tuxoplasma, Listeria. All these infections are caused by viruses, bacteria and protozua. If they are not treated at the right time, then the child may have an aspurgent syndrome. Behavioral therapy and medicine are treated, if the child has an asparager syndrome, then parents can recognize its symptoms between 1 and 2 years. Such children have problems in talking but their speech is cured. He is unable to express his feelings. They are not able to mush and neither can mix their eyes with anyone. If there are such symptoms, the child should be taken to the neurologist immediately. Drugs and behavioral therapy should be started in the right time. By doing this, this disease can be defeated completely. But it is difficult to recover if not treated on time. There are 4 types of autism. The child is not social in the autism spectrum disorder (ASD). That word also does not speak clearly. Symptoms in it appear before the age of 3 years but treatment is started after 3 years. The development of the child in halers syndrome begins to be affected after the age of 6 years. Their learning ability begins to decrease. What is learned starts forgetting. Epilepsy seizures come. Parvasive Development Disorder is also called Atipical Autism. In this, the child learns things late. He is anti -social. Repeat things again and again. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.