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Baby born with inverted eyelashes?

Baby born with inverted eyelashes?

Entropion: A rare congenital defect, inversion of lid margin, results in discomfort and corneal damage because of the inward turning of eyelashes. ...Read more

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Is baby measles contagious to children?

Is baby measles contagious to children?

??baby measles??: If you are asking about roseola, the illness is contagious to anyone not previously infected. Most kids get this virus in early childhood & are then immune for their lifetime. ...Read more

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Toddler at home, baby in nicu with neonatal herpes simplex 1?

Toddler at home, baby in nicu with neonatal herpes simplex 1?

Probably safe: Sorry about your neonate. Your toddler has almost certainly been exposed and infected, whether symptomatically or not, with the same virus. They are highly unlikely to be at significant risk. ...Read more

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Can a HIV pos mother breastfeed her baby without transfering d virus unto the baby?

Dr. Tony Ho Dr. Ho
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Can a HIV pos mother breastfeed her baby without transfering d virus unto the baby?

No: Unfortunately, breastfeeding remains very risky when the mother is HIV infected, and can lead to transmission; due to this, it is not recommended, especially in developed countries where access to clean water is plentiful in order to make formula. ...Read more

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Can mothers breastfeed adopted children?

Can mothers breastfeed adopted children?

Yes: I believe there have been cases where women gave birth to very premature infants whose condition prevented early feeding but went on to sucessfully breast feed later. The process took some harmonal manipulation to reverse the drying out process but did work. I would consult with an obgyn specialist to see if they could help or knew someone that could. ...Read more

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New Born babies with pacifier ?

New Born babies with pacifier
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Pacifiers: Yes please! Pacifiers are wonderful in my opinion. They satisfy babies need to suck, they sooth baby, they help mom and dad. They don't hurt teeth. Best of all there are studies which show a decreased incidence of sudden infant death with their use. This doctor and grandpa endorses them! ...Read more

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Baby born without a tailbone?

Baby born without a tailbone?

Congenital absence : Of the coccyx have been reported before, it is very rear and happened usually with congenital bony deformity. ...Read more

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How the twin babies wil born..?

How the twin babies wil born..?

Confusing question: Your wording does not give a clear picture of what information you want. Twins can be delivered vaginally or by c section. Conditions at the time of labor including baby size, presentation (head or bottom first), & urgency all may require surgical delivery. ...Read more

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If hepatits positive mother feed her negative baby by breast milk will be infected baby?

If hepatits positive mother feed her negative baby by breast milk will be infected baby?

See below: The possibility of transmission of hepatitis c virus through breast milk was disputed in the past. The rate of transmission among breastfed infants has been the same as that among formula-fed infants. Therefore, breastfeeding is allowed. ...Read more

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Does adult breastfeeding carry std risks?

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Does adult breastfeeding carry std risks?

HIV ...: Breastfeeding rarely brings STD-related infection risk to the baby but HIV. More details on STD & breastfeeding? Go to http://www.cdc.gov/breastfeeding/disease/index.htm from CDC. Best wishes to the health of baby and you. ...Read more

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If hepatits b positive mother feed her negative baby by breast milk will be infected baby?

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If hepatits b positive mother feed her negative baby by breast milk will be infected baby?

No: Infants born to mother tests positive to hepatitis b receive Hepatitis B Immune Globulin and Hepatitis B Vaccine within 12 hours from birth. Two more doses of hep-b vaccine are typically given at 2- and 6 months of age. These infants are tested at 9 to 18 months for anti- hepatitis b surface antigen and hepatitis b surface antigen to confirm the protection provided through vaccination. ...Read more

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Do breech babies carry congenital defects?

Do breech babies carry congenital defects?

Rarely: Rarely does this happen where babies have congenital defects that are severe enough that they either neurological impair the baby and prevent movement or simply get in the way of a baby being able to flip on its own. This is a rare cause of breech though. ...Read more

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Will a streptococcal infection harm my newborn child?

Will a streptococcal infection harm my newborn child?

Yes: As dr ferguson explained, the group b strep (gbs) infection is most often acquired during vaginal birth, leading to early onset disease within 6 days of birth. But if the gbs is acquired from nursery personnel, the symptoms of infection may lay dormant until the second week of life. ...Read more

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Can a new born child get polio from their parents ?

Can a new born child get polio from their parents ?

Yes: If the parents have never been immunized and have active polio and do not practice careful personal hygiene, they can pass polio to their newborn. ...Read more

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If vaccination protects children from diseases, why can an unvaccinated child infect a vaccinated child?

If vaccination protects children from diseases, why can an unvaccinated child infect a vaccinated child?

Vaccines seldom 100%: The protection provided by vaccines can approach 100% in some cases but not all. Infected kids spread their diseases to infants that are too young to be vaccinated, those that have not completed a full vaccine series or those whose immune system fails to have a full benefit from the vaccine.A measles outbreak in houston was traced to air travelers entering from abroad, 1/3 vaccinated, 2/3 not. ...Read more

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Can an infant survive shaken baby syndrome?

Can an infant survive shaken baby syndrome?

Yes: Many fairly severe head injuries in children are recoverable. Current research suggests that the brain has remarkable ability to recover and is considered to be more and more "plastic" than we previously thought. ...Read more

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Can an unborn baby inherit chf?

No: CHF is a syndrome and not a disease. There are many causes of chf. Patients with certain congenital myocardial diseases can certainly pass those genes onto their offspring. ...Read more

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Baby born with face rash?

Baby born with face rash?

Very common: Newborns are frequently born with a fine, white/pearly rash to their face, primarily on the cheeks, nose and chin. This is known as "milia" or sometimes known as "newborn acne." milia is found on virtually all newborns and is nothing to worry about. ...Read more

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