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Unless there: Is implanted radiotherapy, that remains with you when you finish a daily treatment, there is no hazard. Implanted 125-i seeds in prostate cancer brings radiation home in tiny exposire, but we suggest no baby on the lap. Breast brachy, xoft or mammosite variations, cx/pros hdr leave all the radiation where you get it. You carry none home to anyone. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 4 year old's toys are dangerous for babies. How can I keep our baby safe without banishing his sister?
Better choices: Fortunately, manufacturers know there may be problems when there are older children in the family. They now make toys that are great for the 4 year old older child, yet not harmful to the younger child. Look for purchasing safer toys initially. Also helpful is to put the older child in charge (with parental supervision) in purchasing toys. That way the older child will help with the safety. ...Read more
Typically, yes.: If proper technique is followed--including the shielding of gonads with appropriate lead aprons--then hip x-rays should be safe. We are now appreciating however that radiation effects are cumulative; therefore, no 1 xray seems to be the culprit, but increasing the numbers of x-rays over time does warrant caution. Ultrasound and MRI are replacing x-rays in many diagnostic studies because of this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Want baby #2 safe to ttc at 6 months after giving birth? Or 4 months? Not on birth control. We're hoping for 2 more babies.
Not lactaid...: Babies under a year should be fed either breastmilk or formula. There are several formulas that do not contain lactose. If the child does not tolerated a milk based formula, you can try a soy formula or a formula such as alimentum or nutramigen. If you are breastfeeding, you can try removing dairy from your diet. Always discuss changes in formula with your baby's pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: ?ingredient: Falcon pharmaceuticals manufactures many different types of eye drops. Many are single antibiotic eyedrops for conditions such as conjunctivitis/pink eye or infected blocked tear ducts in infants. If your pediatrician or pediatric eye doctor prescribed it, i would assume it is safe. Ask your care provider more questions about your prescription! ...Read more
No, and unnecessary : Avoid teeth pain products for children, especially those under two. They are both dangerous and unnecessary. Except for very rare cases, infant teething pain is normal. Give them a cold teething ring or a dampened, frozen washcloth to chew on instead. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
No studies done...: While not specifically studied in babies, Eurax (crotamiton) states on its website this medicine is not an acceptable treatment for pregnant women. The best resource regarding the treatment of your baby is to contact your local pediatrician or dermatologist. Eurax (crotamiton) has furthermore been labeled as contraindicated in damaged or excoriated skin, so reasonable caution must be exercised. ...Read more
Better after age one: while beans, corn, and tomatoes are fine, better wait until after age one, they contain complex plant proteins/fibers which would be hard to digest, enjoy your baby ...Read more
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