Down syndrome is a condition where a baby or child has the chance to be born with the Down syndrome syndrome.
But if you are not sure if your child has it, you can check it with your GP.
But in the UK, it can cause problems with communication, eating and socialisation.
So to prevent your baby from being born with Down syndrome, it is important to have a good understanding of what the condition is and how it affects them.
Down syndrome and babies’ health The symptoms of Down syndrome can include hearing problems, problems with social interaction and coordination, difficulty walking, difficulty moving, difficulty feeding and sleeping, and developmental problems.
This can also cause problems in their development.
It is a genetic disorder and there are no known treatments.
Down’s syndrome is often difficult for families to understand.
It can be hard for them to understand that their baby has a genetic problem.
The conditions can cause symptoms such as: a sudden loss of coordination