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What Are The Symptoms Of A Baby Boy
Barking cough: Croup is condition that causes an inflammation of the upper airway —larynx and trachea. It often leads to a barking cough or hoarseness, especially when child cries. in children 6 months to 3 years old, but can affect older kids too.Cold symptoms, like a stuffy nose and fever predate airway noise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Teething symptoms: The most common symptom of teething is chewing on objects. Other reported symptoms are red or swollen gums, irritability, decreased appetite, loose stools, mild temperature and/or swollen lymph nodes. The most important thing to remember teething is a natural process and all humans go through. Provide palliative care for what ever symptoms, if any, your child experiences. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Empty and Bare: Baby's crib should be empty and bare, except for baby. Your infant does not need, and should not have a pillow, toys, crib bumpers or sleep positioners. These items can endanger your infant. Crib slats should be no more than 1 3/4" apart. Avoid cribs with drop sides. Basically, bare and boring is best! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It Depends: It really depends upon the cause, if discoverable.There are congenital hypotonias, where intellectually the child is fine, but physically there are delays which require long term physical therapy to achieve normalcy.There are more complicated forms with global delay that may be difficult to overcome.Consult with your pediatrician. ...Read more
A number: of symptoms/signs including but not limited to: Lack of movement ("life") sensations Bleeding (usually moderate-heavy) Cramps (usually moderate-severe) lack of growth (Ultrasound) Falling HCG (blood test) levels Hope this info helps DR Z ...Read more
It depends: The most important question is how premature. A baby born 4 months early is vastly different than one born 4 weeks early. Generally all premature infants need to be checked for infection, have their breathing checked and be given proper nutrition to grow and develop. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ACOG charts show the: risk of having a fetus with a Trisomy 21, Down Syndrome at prenatal diagnosis vs. the risk of having a live-born infant with DS because ~ 25% are lost. If there is no family history or prior infant with DS, at age 42 at delivery, the risk is 1/63; risk at 16 weeks' gestation is 1/50 - 1/55. Risk of any chromosomal disorder at term is 1/42. If 43 at term, DS risk is 1/49; of any trisomy, 1/33. ...Read more
What are the percentages of carrying a baby that is attacked to your ovary or abdomal wall? What are the chances of survival of the baby?
Less than 1%: Abdominal or extra-uterine pregnancies are fairly rare ...Read more
Loose tone: The infant with down syndrome will usual have loose tone, very flexible joints and be delayed in sitting and walking. They usually scoot rather than crawl. Their develop can improve rapidly with good directed play. They usually have problems chewing and swallowing with frequent coughing and chocking. But this will also improve with time. Speech is slow and difficult. ...Read more
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