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Hi, Sir, you have achondroplasia known as dwarfism. The way it occurs is by a mutation happening in the FGFR3 gene which occurs in chromosome 4.
No, this condition can not be prevented because the cause is from unexpected mutations. So for the time being there is no cure for achondroplasia.
The gene and chromosome that is affected is FGFR3 gene and chromosome 4. Some symptoms are short limbs, large head, unaligned teeth and curved lower spine.
It can affect males, females, children, teens and more and if you want to have kids they have a chance of having achondroplasia if you do.
There is no treatment but one can do it surgically by correcting the shape of the spine, they can also make your bones go in the correct direction.
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