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 Why could there never be a female hemophillia?

Answer Hemophilia is an X-linked recessive disease which means the disease can manifest only if the genes on both chromosomes are affected. As males have only one X chromosome the disease always manifests... Read More »
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Could a Girl have hemophillia?

Yes. Hemophilia is sex-linked, and is much more common in males than in females, but it is not impossible for a girl to have hemophilia.
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If fecal matter gets into the urinary tract of an adult female causing bladder infections why is the same not true of female infants?

It really depends on how often he or she does it. If they wet maybe once a month, they will stop soon, don't worry. If they do it 3 times a week, i would put them in pullups at night, they wont wan... Read More »
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Is it best to have 2 female dogs or a male&a female?

On One Hand: Same Sex Dogs Compete For Social RankAdding another dog to your household requires careful consideration of several factors, as temperament, breed and age influence the outcome. Howeve... Read More »
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Tips for How to Introduce a Baby Female Yorkie to Another Female Yorkie?

Weighing in at less than 7 pounds on average, female Yorkshire terriers are oblivious to their small size. Like the males of their breed, they are courageous, stubborn, outgoing and bold. Bred to h... Read More »
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