There are 2 types of symptoms based on collagen
in lobstein syndrome
As your child is 17 months old type 2 is not applicable in his case.
If your child has 3-4 of these symptoms then you can consult your nearest doctor for further evaluation .There information is for briefing you and not for diagnosis.You need to consult doctor
for actual diagnosis of condition of your son.
* Bones fracture
* Slight spinal curvature
* Loose joints
* Poor muscle tone
* Discoloration of the sclera (whites of the eyes), usually giving them a blue-gray color. The blue-gray color of the sclera is due to the underlying choroidal veins which show through. This is due to the sclera being thinner than normal because of the defective Type I collagen not forming correctly.
* Early loss of hearing in some children
* Slight protrusion of the eyes
Breaking of bones can also be due to rickets of somewhat calcium deficiency
.You should not take any decision reagrding him without consulting doctor.
Hope this helps,