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Is there a difference in the brands of formula for babies (similac, parents choice) my baby has acid reflux and throws up on PC formula not any other?

Is there a difference in the brands of formula for babies (similac, parents choice) my baby has acid reflux and throws up on PC formula not any other?

Minor difference: Most milk-based infant formulas are essentially the same, although different companies will sometimes make very minor changes such as a different amount of calcium. There are some formulas which are designed to be easier to digest, and some babies with acid reflux have less spitting with these formulas. Powder vs ready-to-feed can make a difference, too. ...Read more

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Parenting is a topic that includes all the aspects of raising children, such as diapering and potty training, rules and discipline, daycare, schooling, sports, children's emotional development, teaching ...Read more


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What is predcort ds and is it safe for a 6 month old baby concernd parent

What is predcort ds and is it safe for a 6 month old baby concernd parent

Suggestion: Anti-inflamatory effect and broncodialatory effect. Corticosteroid as its a very good drugs for short term(less than 14 days) use. If this was my child, and i have, use alternative called asea 1/2 ounce 2-3 times per day. Its basically saline but has a molecule that helps your immune system destroy diseases without side effects. More info on my web at zbestwater.Info can be spray in nose. ...Read more

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Is it true that to produce a blue eyed baby, both parents must have blue eyes?

Is it true that to produce a blue eyed baby, both parents must have blue eyes?

No: Eye color has complex inheritance but brown vs blue is not too difficult. If the father is dark brown due to having both genes brown, then the child must get one brown from his dad and he will have brown eyes. If mom is true blue, she has both genes blue and her child will get only that color gene from her. If dad has one brown and one blue then 1/2 of his children will get blue eyes. ...Read more

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Im 33 weeks today at ultrasound was told short femur& hemur other doc said short baby short parents, no other markers 4 dwarfism. Otherwise normal?

Im 33 weeks today at ultrasound was told short femur& hemur other doc said short baby  short parents, no other markers 4 dwarfism. Otherwise normal?

Can't be sure: But both are potentially correct. Also, you do not have to be a dwarf or midget (as formal designations) to be of short stature. Discuss with your attending OB for elaboration and clarification. ...Read more

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Will all babies with a parent that is a dwarf have achondroplasia?

Will all babies with a parent that is a dwarf have achondroplasia?

Not necessarily.: Achondroplasia may be inherited as an autosomal dominant trait, meaning that getting the gene from 1 parent causes the child to have the disorder. If 1 parent has achondroplasia, the infant has a 50% chance of inheriting the disorder. If both parents have the condition, chances increase to 75%. However, most cases appear as spontaneous mutation, meaning 2 parents w/o it may have a child with it. ...Read more

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What are some common baby skincare mistakes parents make?

What are some common baby skincare mistakes parents make?

Overbathing!: One of the most common mistakes i see with babies is over bathing. Baby skin does better with an every other day bath. A luke-warm bath with unscented products is best. Too frequent a bath contributes to eczema, dry skin, and rashes in babies. Less is more. Use of commonly available scented products with dyes is the second most mistake i see in practice. ...Read more

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What are the chances of a baby inheriting a parent's dermatomyositis?

What are the chances of a baby inheriting a parent's dermatomyositis?

Look at the chances: The possibility of a new autosomal recessive is mention in the medical books. ...Read more