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1,411 Possible Causes for Normal Body Growth

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    Researchers are discovering that D also promotes normal cell growth and differentiation throughout the body, working as a key factor in maintaining hormonal balance and a[womenshealthnetwork.com] Far From The D-List: The Need-to-Know Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that the body needs for calcium absorption, cell growth, immune system function, and inflammation[greatist.com] The major function of this important vitamin is to maintain normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the blood.[greatist.com]

  • Vaginitis

    […] include menstruation sexual activity pregnancy foreign bodies sexually transmitted disease hygienic products antibiotics hypoestrogenic states ( e.g., menopause) Prognosis[step2.medbullets.com] […] of pathogenic organisms acidic environment normally maintains normal vaginal flora pathogenesis disruption of this acidic environment results in vaginitis disruptive causes[step2.medbullets.com] […] a large amount of glycogen lactobacilli use this glycogen from sloughed cells to produce lactic acid creating an acidic vaginal environment (pH 4-4.5) that prevents the growth[step2.medbullets.com]

  • Vaginal Candidiasis

    Antibiotics can change the normal balance of vaginal organisms, allowing excess growth of yeast.[uofmhealth.org] The normal vaginal micro‐environment is predominantly populated by Lactobacillus species, which tend to suppress growth of other bacterial species ( Reid 2004 ).[dx.doi.org] The normal vaginal microenvironment is predominantly populated by Lactobacillus species, which tend to suppress growth of other bacterial species ( Reid 2004 ).[doi.org]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    […] to the body [ 37 ].[web.archive.org] […] to the body [ 40 ].[ods.od.nih.gov] Decreased hydrochloric acid levels might also increase the growth of normal intestinal bacteria that use vitamin B12, further reducing the amount of vitamin B12 available[web.archive.org]

  • Anemia

    Pregnant women are especially susceptible to anemia because the body must produce much more blood than normal to support the growth and development of a baby, and without[rd.com] During pregnancy, your body needs more iron than normal to support your developing baby. Not eating enough food that contains iron.[womenshealth.gov] CD children present with features of nutritional cachexia with normal fat stores but depleted lean mass.[doi.org]

  • Iron Deficiency

    During pregnancy, your body needs more iron than normal to support your developing baby. Not eating enough food that contains iron.[womenshealth.gov] Iron is also needed for many other roles including your immune system to help fight infections, and is vital for normal child growth and intellectual development.[healthnavigator.org.nz] […] to recover 5 Heavier or longer than normal menstrual periods Uterine fibroids , which are noncancerous growths in the uterus that can cause heavy bleeding Increased need[womenshealth.gov]

  • Gingivitis

    Plus, progesterone can change or suppress your normal immune response. That means your body might overreact to bacterial plaque in your mouth.[batchelor-dentistry.com] But it can also promote bacteria growth in your mouth. Scientists believe that’s why pregnancy gingivitis happens.[batchelor-dentistry.com]

  • Menopause

    Normally, bones go through a process whereby old bone is replaced with new bone cells, but the body's ability to handle this process changes with age.[34-menopause-symptoms.com] Menopause negatively affects bone growth.[34-menopause-symptoms.com]

  • Exostosis

    Complications of this condition include: unequal limb growth because the exostoses disturb the normal progressive increase in bone length on one side of the body impingement[news-medical.net] It will normally appear at the end of the long bones of the body. Metatarsal cuneiform exostosis – This is sometimes called saddle bone deformity.[medhealthdaily.com] Osteocartilaginous exostosis – This specific cause involves bone and cartilage growth. It is sometimes called osteochondroma.[medhealthdaily.com]

  • Metabolic Syndrome

    Affected individuals have normal birth weight, but growth deceleration starts at about 8-10 years of age.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] In patients with the disorder linked to chromosome 2, the increase in body mass index is very high in childhood and continues high thereafter.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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