Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnosis

Preparing for the Appointment

Prior to the appointment, it is helpful to record your child's history and behavior, and make copies of any written reports. Bring the documents and photos of your child at various ages.
 
Areas to note include:
 
  • History of prenatal alcohol exposure
  • Child's growth pattern
  • Physical characteristics, such as atypical facial features
  • Medical history, such as illnesses, surgeries, and vision or hearing problems
  • Signs of central nervous system (CNS) damage or behavioral problems, such as memory problems or poor impulse control.
     
Pregnancy and Pain

Information on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

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