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 Child has enzymes in blood needs retesting what is it?

Answer It may not have any complications. Organs on the 'wrong' side are quite common. It may even move to its normal position by the end of pregnancy.
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What is it like to raise a child with special needs child?

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Depending on how hard you were hit it could hurt the baby. You might want to call and have your doctor take a look
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What if the child has special needs and father has no experience taking care of the child what can happen?

1 mg is the equivalent of 1000 micrograms or mcg or ug. In the metric system a microgram is 1/1000 the weight of a milligram (mg), in other words it takes 1000mcg to equal 1 mg.
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Why do the pancreas and small intestine continuously produce enzymes if enzymes are reusable?

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