5 months old baby

Question: Hii.. My baby girl's head has a red mark.. Dr said that its a avm, you should wait and watch for 2 3 years... It ill gone automatically... I want to know about it more.. Anyone can help please

1 Answers
Question
Answer: Hi dear usually it fades away with time as your doctor has rightly said so please wait there is nothing much that you can do about it if it is since the baby's birth, since birth marks and very common and and and normal and natural there is nothing can be done to remove it physically or manually you need to give it some time so that it can go away on its own.. Hope this helps!
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: hello... plz give me satisfied answer bcoz m very tens about it.. m 38 week pregnant. in scanning my baby's head is in down position it will be normal delivery Dr said... but I want to know that
Answer: Hey its very unlikely for baby to change position now. As by coming in head down position baby is preparing himself for the birth. Soon he ll enter the pelvic region and his head will be engaged. All these are indications of normal delivery.
»Read All Answers
Question: My 1 year baby have a red mark on her for head and between eyebrows from the day of birth. At that time doctor said me that not an issue and it will hide automatically day by day.. but nowadays its becoming spreading all over the forhead .. what can i do ????????????
Answer: common newborn rash. It looks like red blotches with ill-defined borders that are slightly raised, and may have a small white or yellow dot in the center. Its cause is unknown, and it resolves without treatment after a few days or weeks.
»Read All Answers
Question: My dr. Has suggested me hermin oral sachet , she said it will be usefull in baby's development , does anyone knows more information about it ,or anyone else taking it
Answer: Hi,yes it is good and you can take during pregnancy It has zinc and vitamin and folic acid that is imp for the baby s growth and development You can go ahead and consume it as prescribed by your Dr
»Read All Answers