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yes it can harm the baby you should see a doctor to make sure everything is ok!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hi, As they say anything is possible, as long as you have the money.Your find its only money that will open doors to you and your wife, sorry to say...
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Hi I think what your eating is giving you enough natural salt, if you read this link it confirms what I'm saying.The Link http://nutrition.about...
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It is possible to pass HPV to a newborn, but not through breast milk. Active, untreated HPV can be passed to a baby during a vaginal birth. While...
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Hi Sorry for your problem, I think it would be safe for you to have sex when ever you fill your up to it, for my wife it was when she got home.But...
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Ten months gestation? Unlikely. That would be pushing the post-term babies a bit longer than the average nine months.
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Hi, If you bottle feed your baby, or combine bottle feeding with breastfeeding, your first period could start as soon as 5-6 weeks after you give...
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i've been pregnant twice and i had bronchitis with each pregnancy no it won't cause harm to the baby just see your doctor for antibiotics...
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My husband kinda suffers from the same issue. He was given tyenol and ibuprofen alot as a child and now it is very hard to find a pain medicine that...
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Hi If its stays at that tem, then yes get off to the ER well wrapped up, you don't want him and worst.Good Luck
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Hi A baby's blood is a mix from both parents, that's how they tell who the father is.Good Luck
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Babies need to be on formula OR breast milk for ONE YEAR. After a year, as long as they get all of the calcium, phosphorous, and other nutrients that...
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Working in pediatrics for the last 14 years....I don't recommend it. It would be safer to just use warm pajamas on those cold nights.
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Bronchitis is not contagious, so your baby is safe. Please keep breast-feeding....you cannot transmit a respiratory infection through breast milk...
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Considering that my father was born at about six months along, the baby would be quite recognizable and of a reasonable size.  It would be...
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