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Can Swaddling A Baby Cause Bruising
When should babies stop being swaddled? My 2m baby startles too much and wakes up but the swaddle allows her to sleep through the night.
Impetigo? If and infant 4 months of age gets hot quickly and is sweating can impetigo come on faster. He was swaddled had a bib on and long sleeves.
Perhaps never!: Swaddling may wrap it up in a neat package and it may give the babe a sense of security and such but I am not aware and have never been taughts that one should swaddle their babe. There may be cultural and ethnic practices for this, but medically, none that I know of. If you are happy, the babe is happy and all are happy, then do it as long as one is not happy! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Comfort: Swaddling makes your baby feel nice and cozy and comfortable. It also keeps them from waking themselves up with their failing arm and leg movements (which they can't quite control yet). Swaddling imitates the warm, soft and tight environment they had in the womb, making them feel safe and secure. Swaddle for naps, bedtime and fussiness. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long should I swaddle my newborn? I read the article recommended only the first one month because it needs room for baby to move.
Transition from womb: Swaddling often helps baby settle by replicating the snug feeling they were use to in the womb & avoiding the random movements of arms & legs that sometimes scare a baby that doesn't understand what is happening. Gradually loosening the wrap allows baby to to transition to the open feeling. The sooner the better. The goal is to be in a onezie on a firm mattress on their back by no later than 1m. ...Read more
What if swaddling is very tight, and baby moves and wiggles a lot, is it possible for the baby to get brusies from where swaddle is on them?
If so, time to stop: Swaddling is an easy way to transition a newborn from the comfortable "tight"feeling of the womb to the freedom of the crib. But it should be stopped as soon as the kid can adapt to the free felling of the extra room, no later than a month of age. Babies die every year that suffocate in blankets, and the sooner it is gone the better. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Weeks ago: Swaddling is a reasonable temporary measure right after birth. Newborns are comforted by tight surroundings and startled by their own loose random movements. (which were not possible in the womb).As soon as baby will settle without it, get rid of the blanket. We loose about 100 babies a year to suffocation in blankets or up against bumpers or soft toys. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 10wk old baby keep freeing her hands lose from the halo swaddle sleepsack. Is it time to stop swaddling and transition her? She still startle reflex
Swaddling: If she prefers not to be swaddled that is fine just do not put any loose clothing or blankets in her bed. ...Read more
My baby is almost 4 months old and I still swaddle him but he unswaddled and puts his hands constantly in his mouth, does that mean not to swaddle him?
Don't: Swaddling is a practice that allows the newborn to feel comfort of the confinement of the womb at a time when the random movements of their arms and legs are sometimes startling. It is my goal to have mom's loosen the wrap daily until they can remove it. As the kid gets accustomed to the new feelings, they can settle without it. They should be in a crib, with no blanket/bumper/pillow by 1 month. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swaddle baby in swaddle with velcro. Enough leg room to stretch and loose at hips. Arms are kept in place. Baby is 2m and this helps her to sleep. Ok?
QUIT soon!!!!!: Babies may need swaddling after birth to settle into sleep.It replicates the tight quarters of the womb & newborns can be startled by arms & legs moving freely. However, gradually loosening the wrap to the point baby is comfortable without, is needed. As soon as baby starts to move more they can twist in the wrap and suffocate. We lose > 100 babies every year in the US due to bedding accidents ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When do babies bruises, from birth, go away? My daughter is two months and still has bruising on her back and toosh.
Bruises on back: What you are seing most properly are birthmarks called mongolian spots, which are more common in black, oriental and brown babies. These spots whic may look like bruises usually disappear by the time the baby is 1 year old. Discuss with your pediatrician at the next visit if that's what it is. If the baby was born normal delivery with head first, there is no reason for bruising, and will not last 2 months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does it take for a fractured rib take to heal on a 1-2 month old infant? And would there be any physical signs such as bruising on the skin?
Red flag: I must know whether this was an injury sustained during birth, and whether the diagnosis is made by a trusted radiologist. A rib fracture in an infant is deeply concerning for inflicted trauma. I would discuss this with a trusted physician / child health care team. Often we do not truly know even those closest to us. For your sake & junior's, address this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am extremely concerned about my infant baby develop small bruises on her back and stomach since she is now mobilizing in her baby walker.?
See doctor: Bruises on the legs are common. Bruises on back and stomach are not. She should be checked by your pediatrician. Also walkers are no longer recommended because they cause injuries. ...Read more
My infant daughter has a reddish lump that blanches on her upper thigh. I am not sure if this is a bruise or a rash? She has no fever or other symptom
Needs eval: Reddish lump in an infant could be a vascular swelling or abormality sometimes. It can also be bruising due to trauma. If is not not painful (diffult to tell in an infant) and no fever is present, swelling is usually not an infection. Make sure her pediatrician evaluates her swelling. ...Read more
Nickle size bruise on inner left breast since yesterday--purple, red, yellow. Been Carrying babies Not sore Afraid of IBC. Does this sound like that?
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