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Thread started 01/22/05 12:37pm

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PRINCE'S CHILD????

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I KNEW PRINCE HAD A CHILD WITH HIS EX-WIFE MAYTE, BUT CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT HAPPENED...WAS IT A BOY OR A GIRL, WHAT WAS IT'S NAME, HOW OLD WAS HE/SHE WHEN IT DIED...ETC.
THANX
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Reply #1 posted 01/22/05 12:39pm

amcam

This child was a boy, born very ill, passed away shortly after birth. This is the information I have and I believe it to be true.
Reply #2 posted 01/22/05 1:17pm

PurpleKnight

It was a boy, they named it Gregory, and he died just a few days after birth, since he was born with some terrible disease (Pffeifer's syndrome, or something like that).
[Edited 1/22/05 13:18pm]
The world is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel.

"You still wanna take me to prison...just because I won't trade humanity for patriotism."
Reply #3 posted 01/22/05 1:32pm

heybaby

PurpleKnight said:

It was a boy, they named it Gregory, and he died just a few days after birth, since he was born with some terrible disease (Pffeifer's syndrome, or something like that).
[Edited 1/22/05 13:18pm]

is that-the disease hereditary?
Reply #4 posted 01/22/05 1:49pm

AsianBoi777

heybaby said:

PurpleKnight said:

It was a boy, they named it Gregory, and he died just a few days after birth, since he was born with some terrible disease (Pffeifer's syndrome, or something like that).
[Edited 1/22/05 13:18pm]

is that-the disease hereditary?



Yes.
The men in the family pass it down.
The skull of the child never formed normally--I can't remember what EXACTLY it does : It either hardens and kills the baby that way, or it just doesn't develope correctly.

It's a horrible disease.
Reply #5 posted 01/22/05 5:06pm

purplerain7

Cloverleaf Syndrome

Kleeblattschadel Deformity, or cloverleaf syndrome is a type of craniosynostosis in which there is premature closure of multiple or all bones of the skull (sutures).
This condition causes the head to form a cloverleaf shape. The head may be larger than normal due to accumulation of fluid (hydrocephalic) in the skull.

The anomaly has been reported to carry dismal prognosis both in terms of neurological outcome as well as cosmetic appearance if treatment is delayed.

Facial malformations include high forehead, severe proptosis, or exophthalmoses, beaked nose, and downward displacement of ears.

Multiple breathing and feeding issues may occur.
Reply #6 posted 01/22/05 5:08pm

PurpleKnight

purplerain7 said:

Cloverleaf Syndrome

Kleeblattschadel Deformity, or cloverleaf syndrome is a type of craniosynostosis in which there is premature closure of multiple or all bones of the skull (sutures).
This condition causes the head to form a cloverleaf shape. The head may be larger than normal due to accumulation of fluid (hydrocephalic) in the skull.

The anomaly has been reported to carry dismal prognosis both in terms of neurological outcome as well as cosmetic appearance if treatment is delayed.

Facial malformations include high forehead, severe proptosis, or exophthalmoses, beaked nose, and downward displacement of ears.

Multiple breathing and feeding issues may occur.


God, that sounds awful. sad
The world is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel.

"You still wanna take me to prison...just because I won't trade humanity for patriotism."

URL: https://prince.org/msg/7/130759

Date printed: Thu 2nd Apr 2020 5:05am PDT