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Posted: 22 May 2011 at 1:07pm | IP Logged
hmm some biology class is going on after a very long time LOL but that genetics chap was a very interesting one Big smile

guys if bharti's child is to be shown as a midget or a normal one there has to be a leap ,they will not make doctors to say that this infant will be a midget in future which is not necessary for the story now especially when they are showing murli madly in love with bharti LOL... that statement might make bharti feel guilty for getting married and for landing murli in her "baba"'s shoes ROFL  ... and there will be endless agonies of midgets from generation to generation ROFL ... hope they dnt show such things ROFL ... i think if they have to particularly point out bharti's child is a normal one then they may take a leap and show her normal son/daughter but only in the final epi of bavd ... but most probably bharti will have a miscarriage this time and will be preg in the last episode LOL

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Posted: 22 May 2011 at 9:26pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by fuzzyface

Literally my mouth is opened like this 

I dunno if anyone is familiar with the show called 'Little People, Big World' on TLC, which is about a dwarf couple. They have four children and only one child is dwarf, the rest are all normal. Genetically speaking since Bharti's parents are normal and so is Murli, it could dominate the gene pool, I think. Anyone a doctor here???



Yeah! I used to watch that show on TLC. For years I used to say that I don't want to marry a short guy because my kids will be dwarfs since I am short. Silly me. The show cleared a lot of my misconceptions about little people.

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Posted: 23 May 2011 at 1:15am | IP Logged
i think bharti deliver one normal baby and one drawf LOL
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Posted: 23 May 2011 at 11:12am | IP Logged

If the writers have done their research, then they can do the storyling of Bharti's pregnancy properly.  That is that when a dwarf if pregnant, often there can be complications because her body is not large enough to carry a baby to full term.  This means that because her body cavity is so small, the growing baby can cause complications for her inner organs - the growth of the baby puts undue pressure on the organs.  This can potentially put the mother in danger, especially if the liver and intestines are pushed down and the lungs are pushed up. 

Prior to a dwarf becoming pregnant, a doctor would have to do xrays and CT scans in order to determine how much space is in the body and whether it would be okay for her to carry the child. 
 
I would think that Bharti and her parents would already know this because if they had a good doctor, the doctor would have cautioned her about carrying a baby when she became of marriagable age.
 
But, this is a serial, so it's unfortunately unlikely that the writers will do their research so that the storyline is realistic. 

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Posted: 23 May 2011 at 2:19pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by samirah23

If the writers have done their research, then they can do the storyling of Bharti's pregnancy properly.  That is that when a dwarf if pregnant, often there can be complications because her body is not large enough to carry a baby to full term.  This means that because her body cavity is so small, the growing baby can cause complications for her inner organs - the growth of the baby puts undue pressure on the organs.  This can potentially put the mother in danger, especially if the liver and intestines are pushed down and the lungs are pushed up. 

Prior to a dwarf becoming pregnant, a doctor would have to do xrays and CT scans in order to determine how much space is in the body and whether it would be okay for her to carry the child. 
 
I would think that Bharti and her parents would already know this because if they had a good doctor, the doctor would have cautioned her about carrying a baby when she became of marriagable age.
 
But, this is a serial, so it's unfortunately unlikely that the writers will do their research so that the storyline is realistic. 
 
I was going to post something similar, but you've pretty much said it all.
 
The highlighted sentence is exactly what will take a complex and realistic issue and turn it into a farce. Ouch.  If as you say they really follwed a realistic line here, this track could be something really worth watching.  But what are the chances huh?!Angry 

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Posted: 24 May 2011 at 6:46am | IP Logged
Originally posted by samirah23

If the writers have done their research, then they can do the storyling of Bharti's pregnancy properly.  That is that when a dwarf if pregnant, often there can be complications because her body is not large enough to carry a baby to full term.  This means that because her body cavity is so small, the growing baby can cause complications for her inner organs - the growth of the baby puts undue pressure on the organs.  This can potentially put the mother in danger, especially if the liver and intestines are pushed down and the lungs are pushed up. 

Prior to a dwarf becoming pregnant, a doctor would have to do xrays and CT scans in order to determine how much space is in the body and whether it would be okay for her to carry the child. 
 
I would think that Bharti and her parents would already know this because if they had a good doctor, the doctor would have cautioned her about carrying a baby when she became of marriagable age.
 
But, this is a serial, so it's unfortunately unlikely that the writers will do their research so that the storyline is realistic. 




perfect samirah!! thats how it should be shown to be realistic...later on, they can show it to turn out fine because there is every possibility of a normal pregnancy too...
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Posted: 24 May 2011 at 12:49pm | IP Logged
Reading a little on this, and from what I can amount to, it's really rare for a dwarf not to have complications when she is pregnant, especially if the baby if not a dwarf.  It's the size of the baby like I said above.  Since Bharti is on the taller side for a dwarf (4 feet and above), the likelihood of her being safer increases.
But, there have been some cases I see where the woman has a more successful birth when the baby is also a dwarf ...
 
"PREGNANCY FOR DIASTROPHIC WOMEN (from http://www.pixelscapes.com/ddhelp/DD-booklet/)

Pregnancy for adult DD females can and does happen. A DD female generally will have an average-sized baby, unless her partner is also a dwarf, and sometimes even then the baby will be average-sized. Consultation with a genetic dwarfism specialist before pregnancy occurs is suggested.

A DD female's height, general health and internal area (space between bottom of ribs and hips) are some of the factors that determine pregnancy outcome. A complete exam by an obstetrician will determine if a DD female should attempt a pregnancy. The obstetrician will decide what will be a "safe total weight gain". This is a very important item to remember because it will affect breathing, ability to continue daily activities, the amount of room the baby will have to grow, and the duration of pregnancy. Most women report breathing difficulties as the pregnancy advances. Many pregnant DDs must sleep upright late in their pregnancy in order to breathe normally. There are no reported major complications during pregnancy, other than the usual "morning sickness" that seemed to last longer than expected, elevated blood pressure, cold feet and legs as the pregnancy progressed, and excessive weight gain.

Serial ultrasounds should be done to monitor the baby's growth and position. All deliveries are done by caesarean section and are usually planned to take place within 2-4 weeks of actual due date. This is a major complication even if it is planned. Tests are done of the baby's lungs to ensure full development. General anesthesia is used most often, although there have been reports of success with an epidural. In some cases, the baby must remain in the hospital a few extra days to gain those extra ounces before being released. Recovery for the new DD mom should be a speedy and enjoyable time of getting to know her new little treasure."

So, let's see what the writers can do with this storyline.


Edited by samirah23 - 24 May 2011 at 12:57pm

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