Fetal Alcoholic Spectrum (FAS) Syndrome
Keywords:Alcoholism, Microcephaly, Teratogenic
Fetal alcohol syndrome refers to a broad range of neurological symptoms linked to alcoholism during pregnancy. The increased organizational socioeconomic status, alcohol intake during pregnancy, and internal drunkenness within women disturbingly raise challenges inside the Indian subcontinent. Therefore, doctors must be conscious of an illness and its phenotypic variants. Supportive care and abstinence throughout pregnancy are the sole options available in the absence of effective treatments that stop continued progression and occurrence in subsequent pregnancies. A typical appearance, short stature, low body weight, tiny head size, poor coordination, behavioral issues, learning challenges, and hearing and vision issues are some of the symptoms that can be present. People who are affected are more prone to struggle in areas of high risk, including school, the law system, alcohol, additional drugs, as well as other drugs of abuse.
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