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3 Month Old Baby Trying To Sit Up
Does putting your 3 month old baby to sit up in your arms while holding him affect his spine or maybe cause him to grow with hunch back?
What should I do if I live with smokers and I have a 3 month old baby and I can't move anywhere else?
Missing information: To get the best out of Healthtap you need to provide a enough information for someone to provide an answer.You have not described why you think the baby is sick, status of temperature, feeding activity, etc.Without this info we cannot help.You are welcome to start over.Your questions are not linked, so each must tell the full story. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Temperature: Temp is normal , you can push fluids and be observant for any symptoms that might crop up. ...Read more
Depends!: This of course depends on the size of your baby and his growth percentiles. BUT anywhere from 24 to 30 ounces is in the rough ballpark. Be sure and check his growth percentiles at the four month checkup. As long as he is gaining well and satisfied with feedings you are just right! ...Read more
Fever?: Check temperature underarm with a thermometer. Temperature of 101.5 or more under arm is concerning. See you pediatrician asap if it is so. Anything less than that, wait and watch baby for 24 hrs, if good PO intake and no vomit or diarrhea; miners to worry, if other symptoms then also baby needs tone evaluated by md. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It depends....: The amount of milk an infant should be taking at any particular age depends on several things: sex, gestational age and weight at birth, type of milk being offered (breast, standard formula, increased calorie formula), underlying medical conditions, frequency of feeding, etc. On average, a healthy term 3 month old usually takes 3-4 oz every 4 hours. ...Read more
My 3 month old baby has a weird shaped head. It's a little lopsided from left to right. Is that normal?
Sometimes: Sometimes one of the sutures can close too early (craniosynostosis). Another cause is if the baby has a congenital torticollis, and he can't move his head fully to one side or he sleeps to much on one side ( positional plagiocephaly). This is the more common cause. This is usually treated by putting the baby in another position and possible physical therapy. I'd discuss with his physician ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly Torticollis: When a baby will only turn the head to one side, it's often a condition that we call torticollis. It can have a number of different causes, and the key to helping kids is understanding that underlying cause. Whatever the cause, it can be useful to alternate which end of the crib or changing table you place her head. This is a good idea for babies in general. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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