Baby Born with Giant Tongue
Reality Star Jax Taylor Gets ‘Brotox’ Live!
Here Is Why You Are a Big Fan of Horror Movies and TV Series!
How Many Calories Can You Burn Watching a Scary Movie?
What Is the Best Way to Protect Your Babies Skin?
Is More Pandemic Screen Time Drying Out Your Eyes?
Reality Star Jax Taylor on Saying Goodbye to ‘Vanderpump Rules’!
The Differences between ‘Brotox’ and Botox!
The 4 Most Important Ways to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk
10 Foods to Lower Estrogen and Fight Breast Cancer!
How to Treat Your Motion Sickness!
Meet the Doctor with 7 Million Followers on TikTok!
Hear Woman’s Story of Ultherapy Gone Wrong!
How DIY Threading Can Damage Your Face
The Dangers of DIY Facial Threading Procedures!
Plastic Surgeon’s Tips to Avoid Looking Like Unnatural after a P…
The TikTok Doc Reveals His Most Popular and Graphic Procedures
When Filler Goes Wrong, Is it Easy to Fix?
Plastic Surgeon Shares a Good Routine for Skin Maintenance
Find Out the Most Dangerous Place to Get Filler!
Following 2 separate surgeries to reduce the size of her tongue, little baby Paisley and her parents join The Doctors. The 16-month-old is now able to smile and eat more easily. Madison says her daughter, who has a rare condition called Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome, is doing great following her surgeries. She explains her daughter no longer has problems breathing or eating.
The Doctors explain that Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome can cause accelerated growth in other parts of the body as well. Babies with this rare condition are also more likely to develop tumors up to around age 8 and must be monitored closely. The condition occurs in 1 in 15,000 live births and happens more often with infants conceived through in vitro fertilization.
Despite her condition, her mom says Paisley has “a mouth on her” and they expect her to begin speaking her first words soon. Their main focus for Paisley is staying on top of her ultrasounds and making sure she’s able to enjoy everything that a 16-month-old should.
The Doctors wish Paisley and her parents continued health!