I have a daughter that has a chromosome abnormality called partial trisomy 7 I know what this means, but I have a great deal of difficulty finding a Dr. that will listen to the symptoms that my daughter has or to my knowledge about her problem. I would like to know am I the only unlucky parent or do other parents with special children have the same kind of problems. I love my daughter, but it is very frustrating to have to do all the research on her symptoms and then tell the Dr. what test to run and why. How come it is that the Dr. can not take the time to look up what possible problems a particular chromosome abnormality has so that he will be knowledgeable about his patients?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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