When someone has achondroplasia, also known as dwarfism, there are generally two principal hormones that are missing during the gestation period. They are calcium magnesium and vitamin B. When these critical nutrients are missing during the brain development portion of the gestation period in the womb, the baby will have a tendency to develop dwarfism.
The most significant time period for curing dwarfism in a newborn is during the nursing stage. If the mother consumes sufficiently large quantities of calcium magnesium and vitamin B, the dwarfism generally will be mitigated. Of course, a medical doctor should be consulted prior to consuming any supplements during the nursing stage.
The incidents of dwarfism, and the signs of dwarfism, have increased substantially in recent years, primarily because of the consumption of certain hormones that block the absorption of vitamin B. Thus, taking remedial action during pregnancy is the preferred mode of averting the incidents of dwarfism.
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