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  1. The cause is entirely unknown. No injury, no previous surgeries. It affects a small group of women, mainly women. Vanderbilt finished collecting data on a study recently trying to determine the cause. I don’t know if findings have been completed or made public yet. I hope you get answers soon.
  2. I am a longtime lurker, but I feel compelled to share my experience. I read some of your other thread about problems breathing. I had similar symptoms and was finally diagnosed with idiopathic subglottic stenosis. Scar tissue grew in my trachea so that the opening became the width of a straw. I had dilations every six months for two years. Then I had a tracheal resection. Two years later I’m still breathing easily. It was hard to get a diagnosis. A speech pathologist heard me breath and immediately recognized it. She did a scope in the office and saw the tissue When I read your other thread, I didn’t see this mentioned as a possible cause. My resection surgeon was a pulmonologist.
  3. This is my first post. I am such a fan of Singapore Math that I had to come out of the shadows and respond. like the Standards Edition. It has a lot of reviews. After a new topic is taught, there is a review of everything up to that point. Sometimes it seems like too many so we just do the ones in the workbook. For manipulatives I use the multi link cubes and cuisinaire rods. I love the rods. I also love Singapore so much that when I heard the standards Edition would be replaced by a common core Edition that I bought all the workbooks up through 5B for my then 1st grader. I've used it with my three sons. I don't know a lot about the other Edition. I bought the Standards for the extra reviews.
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