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That sounds like he might have a slight irritation to a mild infection. They could even be cysts. You really need to see a pediatrician to be sure of...
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Herpes simplex on the upper lip of any infant may not be treated unless it appears to progress. Antiviral drugs can be used in infants IF clinically...
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A cold only lasts a week, so I am concerned that you have been sick for two months. You are either getting back to back colds, or there is another...
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This difficult question, first of all we need know, why doctors took protein from csf? Did you have complications at childbirth?
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I understand that your living arrangements are not optimum, but personally, I would not want to sleep in a room with a kitty litter box. Cats and...
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Hi If you still have your milk and you have been expressing daily to keep the flow going, then things should be OK, but breast first and if its still...
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Hi, They say breast is beast, sometimes it takes them a while to get on the nipple, try flicking its feet, somehow it shocks them into taking the...
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I have 2 kids who are lactose intolerant, neither of them did well with the iron in the formula, they would be gassy, colicky, and constipated. I...
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No. Prednisone is not addictive, nor does it remain in the body for very long. In carefully prescribed doses when treating asthma, it would not hurt...
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Bringing a newborn on the beach could be dangerous because the baby will be expose to germs and bacteria could get very sick.
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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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Newborn jaundice is physiologic; not caused by a parent's alcohol use (alcoholic jaundice is a different type that cannot be transfered through...
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