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Muscular dystrophy (MD) is a genetic disorder that gradually weakens the body’s muscles. It’s caused by incorrect or missing genetic information that prevents the body from making the proteins needed to build and maintain healthy muscles.
A child who is diagnosed with Muscular dystrophy gradually loses the ability to do things like walk, sit upright, breathe easily, and move the arms and hands. This increasing weakness can lead to other health problems.
There are several major forms of muscular dystrophy, which can affect the muscles to varying degrees. In some cases, Muscular dystrophy starts causing muscle problems in infancy; in others, symptoms don’t appear until adulthood.
There is good chances of cure for Muscular dystrophy in HOMOEOPATHY.Many kids with muscular dystrophy follow a normal pattern of development during their first few years of life. But in time common symptoms begin to appear. A child who has MD may start to stumble, waddle, have difficulty going up stairs, and toe walk (walk on the toes without the heels hitting the floor). A child may start to struggle to get up from a sitting position or have a hard time pushing things, like a wagon or a tricycle./p>
1. When first suspecting that a child has muscular dystrophy, a doctor will do a physical exam, take a family history, and ask about any problems – particularly those affecting the muscles – that the child might be having.
2. In addition, the doctor may perform tests to determine what type of MD is involved and to rule out other diseases that could cause the problem. These might include a blood test to measure levels of serum creatine kinase, an enzyme that’s released into the bloodstream when muscle fibers are deteriorating. Elevated levels indicate that something is causing muscle damage.
3. The doctor also may do a blood test to check the DNA for gene abnormalities or a muscle biopsy to examine a muscle tissue sample for patterns of deterioration and abnormal levels of dystrophin, a protein that helps muscle cells keep their shape and length. Without dystrophin, the muscles break down.
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Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the most common and the most severe form of MD. It affects about 1 out of every 3,500 boys. (Girls can carry the gene that causes the disease, but they usually have no symptoms.) This form occurs because of a problem with the gene that makes dystrophin. Without this protein, the muscles break down and a child becomes weaker.
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