Yes, I'm sure it is what you say, also called Dhobies. It is a fungus infection of the skin. An anti-fungal such as miconazole powder, lotion, or tincture needs to be applied 2-3 times a day. Look online if you can for fungal remedies available to you in your country.
Diagnostic tests that can identify Down syndrome include: Chorionic villus sampling (CVS). In CVS, cells are taken from the placenta and used to analyze the fetal chromosomes. This test is typically performed in the first trimester, between 10 and 13 weeks of pregnancy.
Can you see Down syndrome in an ultrasound?
There are several options for Down syndrome prenatal screening. These include: A blood test and an ultrasound test during the first trimester of pregnancy. An ultrasound can detect fluid at the back of a fetus's neck, which sometimes indicates Down syndrome.
1. A blood test, done between 9 and 12 weeks into the pregnancy, looks for hormonal changes that can suggest there is a problem with the baby's chromosomes.
2. An ultrasound scan, done at 12 to 13 weeks into the pregnancy, measures the thickness of fluid behind the baby's neck, called the nuchal translucency.
*Folic Acid May Fight *Down Syndrome*. April 17, 2003 -- Taking folic acid supplements before and during early pregnancy may not only help prevent neural tube defects in babies, but it may also reduce the risk of Down syndrome.