Dwarfism is shortness in height that results from a genetic or medical condition. There are several types of this condition, Achondroplasia, which is the most common form, spondyloepiphyseal dysplasias, which is less common and dystrophic dysplasia, which is rarsist form. This is a genetic mutation that can be caused by a copy of the gene. You can have two normal sized parents and still have this condition. It is not very likely that it can be treated, however it has been suggested that hormone replacement therapy and nutrition.


Dwarfism has became a huge impact on the community. There now are shows such as Little Women LA. I feel that these people are still real people and live life like everyone else. 


I personally think that it is cool that people are born so differently. I personally understand what it feels like to shorter and in some ways deal with some of the day to day problems people with dwarfism deal with. 


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