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What Happens If You Dont Hold A Baby
Sadly, no: ? the american academy of pediatrics: swimming lessons for infants and toddlers do not protect children from drowning. Children are not ready for formal swimming lessons until after their fourth birthday, because they cannot voluntarily hold their breath for significant amounts of time until that age. Drowning is a leading cause of unintentional injury and death among children. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why is my 9month old so active? Ever since she was an infant, she has been very active.Moving all the time, wont hold still at all..Dr says she's fine.
See below: Unless the radiation is delivered by implanted seeds, most people receiving external beam radiation are not going to place a child at risk. Check with your doctors to see which type of radiation that you are receiving. ...Read more
Is it normal for a 3 mth old infant to hold his stools inside while he sleeps and only pass motion when he wakes up after 8-10 hrs?
Yes: This is fine and totally harmless.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Necrotizing enterocolitis (nec) is a serious intestinal problem that occurs in some premature babies. Nec can happen, but is much less common, in full-term babies. In nec, a combination of decreased blood flow to the intestines plus infection of the intestines with bacteria, leads to severe damage to parts of the intestines. Surgical removal of some damaged intestines must be done in some cases. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Uterus best incubatr: Premi babies are by definition not ready for the outside world. When they are delivered & staff scrambles to assist their breathing and support a weak blood pressure, shifts in blood flow & blood pressure strain the immature vessels of the brain & they may leak to form an ivh. As the baby "ripens"the vessels strengthen & their need for support also drops.Ivh can happen then but seldom does. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pulmonary injury: Bpd is a term for the scaring that occurs as a reaction in premi's lung tissue to long term high ventilator pressures & oxygen needed to keep them alive.If delivered early we must push oxygen into weak tissue because thats all there is.This can leave scarring.Term babies or near term premi's are more resilient & usually get better with less oxygen & pressure to get over any problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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