Which Down Syndrome name is the best for you?

The name down syndrome is now a popular choice for people who want to be known as someone who has Down syndrome.

According to the National Down Syndrome Society, over 1,300,000 people have Down syndrome and more than 1.6 million people have a name with the syndrome.

The name is also used for people with a family history of the disorder.

It is also widely used by parents to refer to their children with Down syndrome, even though it is considered a medical condition.

Some parents choose to call their children by the more common names Down syndrome (DSA), Down syndrome baby (DZA), and Down syndrome sibling (DSS).

Some children prefer a name that is less descriptive and more descriptive than the one they are named after.

Some names can also be a combination of the two.

For example, some names that have a combination DSA, DZA, and DSA sibling (DAS) are not suitable for a child with Down Syndrome.

Below is a list of the top 10 names most commonly used by people with Down’s syndrome.

In some cases, parents also choose names that are a combination that is not suitable.

DSA baby is often used as a nickname or nickname for children with DSA.

DAS sibling is a name for a sibling with Down- syndrome.

Down Syndrome baby is a nickname for children who have Down Syndrome or have a sibling.

DDA is a generic name for Down Syndrome, or an acronym that refers to both Down syndrome or a family member with Down.

DSE is a shortened version of the name Down syndrome for children whose parents do not have Down’s Syndrome.

DSS is a common nickname for a younger sibling with the condition.

DSS is a rare nickname for an older sibling with a Down Syndrome condition.