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Down syndrome Group

This group is for anyone and everyone who is interested in Down syndrome. Perhaps you have a child with Down syndrome, or family member. We all have questions and sometimes the best resources are each other. Hopefully this group can help if you are struggling with a diagnosis either prenatally or after birth. This group was created with the hopes of educating and helping those who want to know about Down syndrome. If however, you are struggling with a decision regarding termination, please know that the people who are here, are here because they have either chosen or accepted Down syndrome in their lives. Whatever your questions, stories or concerns hopefully we can help.
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Welcome everyone! If you are new here, please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about why you are here. Post any questions you have ...
Hi everyone, I thought I would post some great references for Ds that helped me, and my DH when we were learning about Ds. I tried to...
well i think you all know macy entered this world on friday may 14th just a bit early. she is perfect but having issues with feeding. i...
i feel i need to share a few things, and since i dont have any friends or family in my shoes i will talk to my cyber friends that have be...
did you ladies have a private room after your baby was born? i asked my dr and he smiled and said they would do their best. i had a pri...
I don't know if any of you have this struggle, but I seem to have it more now then ever in my life. "Retard/Retarded". Since Hunter was...
Is there a cure for down syndrome?Can they have normal lives..normal children who wouldn't have the same disibilities in their chromosome...
Hi all, I thought I would introduce myself!My name is Cindie and have a wonderful 19 month old son named Tyler or TJ. for short. I also h...
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