My nephew was diagnosed with ricketts as his skull bones were not closing up as they should have been. He is one, and his sisters skull did not fuse untill she was three. He eats very well, and drinks lots of milk, and is content and interacts well with his siblings, cries little and smiles a lot. He has an asymetrical face, one side is a little more forward than the other, and he also has asthma. His legs and arms are normal and symetrical. Can anyone tell me if this is a symptom of ricketts?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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