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ONTD Spina bifida. This is when the spine doesn’t grow normally over the spinal cord. Babies born with spina bifida may have minor or short-term problems. Or they may have lasting (permanent), serious physical problems. These may include paralysis, lack of bowel and bladder control, club feet, a buildup of spinal fluid in the head (hydrocephaly), and intellectual disability. In most cases, a child may need 1 or more surgeries after birth. This is the most common kind of ONTD.

Anencephaly. This defect is when part of the brain and skull don’t form. It occurs when the neural tube doesn’t close at the base of the skull. Babies with anencephaly often die in the uterus after 20 weeks of pregnancy (stillborn). Or they only live for a very short time after birth.

Encephalocele. This is a very rare condition. With this defect, the brain or its coverings poke through the skull. This can occur anywhere from the forehead to the lower back of the skull. But it may also occur in the front of the skull, near the nose and sinuses. In most cases, a child may need multiple surgeries after birth.


What causes open neural tube defects in a child?ONTD

During pregnancy, the brain and spine begin as a flat plate of cells. This plate rolls into a tube, called the neural tube. The tube is completely formed 28 to 32 days after conception. If all or part of the neural tube fails to close, this leaves an opening. The opening is called an open neural tube defect. The opening in the tube may be left exposed or covered with bone or skin.

Which children are at risk for open neural tube defects?ONTD

Neural tube defects are caused by genes passed on from both parents and from environmental factors. Some of these factors include obesity, uncontrolled diabetes in the mother, and some prescription medicines. In most cases, a child with a neural tube defect has no family history of this problem. ONTDs happen 5 times more often in girls than boys.

Once a child with a neural tube defect has been born in the family, the chance that this problem will happen in another child rises to 1 in 25. The type of neural tube defect can differ the second time. For example, a family's first baby could be born with anencephaly. A second baby could have spina bifida instead.

Other risk factors for neural tube defects include:

Mother’s age. Spina bifida is more common in teen mothers.

History of miscarriage.A woman who has had miscarriages in the past has a higher risk of having a baby with neural tube defects.

Birth order. First-born babies are at higher risk.

Socioeconomic status. Children born into lower socioeconomic families are at higher risk for spina bifida. Researchers think that poor diet may be a factor.

Matthew Perry(51) is now engaged to his girlfriend, Molly Hurwitz(29), the former TV star & Keith Morrison's step-son revealed in comments published Thursday.

"I decided to get engaged," he told People. "Luckily, I happened to be dating the greatest woman on the face of the planet at this time."

Perry, who starred as Chandler Bing in the hit series Friends, wrote on Twitter earlier this month; "Friends reunion being rescheduled for the beginning of March. Looks like we have a busy year coming up. And that's the way I like it!"

Stands for Oh No They Didn't, a widely known gossip blog. It's the most popular livejournal site and has over 90,000 users. The age range could be anywhere between 12 to 35. The blog uses different sites for news but there are a few exclusives every now and then. It has been mentioned in quite a few magazines and T.V. shows. The site is known for it's hilarious comments and memes(of which some are picked up by non-ONTDers), sarcasm, GIFs and debates. It's pretty much one of the awesomest places on teh interwebz

Girl 1: Gurl, I need to check on ONTD b4 skool
Girl 2: Wats ONTD?
Girl 1: WAT? u don't know what ONTD is? gurrl you hasnt seen the internet until u've seen ONTD!!
Girl 2: O_o


Regulars of the ONTD community are referred to as ONTDers. Followers of particular celebrities on the site are often called stans (e.g., “Britney Spears stans,” “Rihanna stans”), a slang term for a “fan” alluding to rapper Eminem’s 2000 song, “Stan.” Occasionally, reading ONTD is referred to as ONTDing.

i see that ontd has started hating on CRJ. right on schedule. im sorry you people dont have joy and light in your lives”

Thirsty ontders should be hooked up to a saline IV so they don't get dehydrated in a Ryan Phillipe post.”

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