Question:My 1year baby had redness in one eye..what will be the reason
Answer: Hello dear There can be various ressons for redness in eyes: 1. Ur baby is crying and sleeping 2. Allergy 3. Blocked tear duct 4. If your child suffers any sort of trauma to the eye or the area around it, swelling can occur 5. Sometimes a baby can contract an infection from the other at birth, leading to an eye problem known as bacterial conjunctivitis. Remedies for redness in eyes: 1. Keep ur baby's eyes clean 2. Watch for hand hygiene 3. Cool down the swelling area 4. Seek medical attention
Question:My baby is 2 months old.she had more hairfall .what is the reason?
Answer: Hello dear. Babies often lose their hair during the first six months. Here's why it happens: Hair has a growth stage and a resting stage. The growth stage lasts about three years, and the resting stage lasts about three months. Your baby's hair would grow back, don't worry. Take care.
Question:plz tell me the reasons for intussusception?
Answer: Your intestine is shaped like a long tube. In intussusception, one part of your intestine — usually the small intestine — slides inside an adjacent part. This is sometimes called telescoping because it's similar to the way a collapsible telescope folds together. In some cases, the telescoping is caused by an abnormal growth in the intestine, such as a polyp or a tumor (called a lead point). The normal wave-like contractions of the intestine grab this lead point and pull it and the lining of the intestine into the bowel ahead of it. In most cases, however, no cause can be identified for intussusception. In the vast majority of cases of intussusception in children, the cause is unknown. Because intussusception seems to occur more often in the fall and winter and because many children with the problem also have flu-like symptoms, some suspect a virus may play a role in the condition. Sometimes, a lead point can be identified as the cause of the condition — most frequently the lead point is a Meckel's diverticulum (a pouch in the lining of the small intestine). In adults, intussusception is usually the result of a medical condition or procedure, including: A polyp or tumor Scar-like tissue in the intestine (adhesions) Weight-loss surgery (gastric bypass) or other surgery on the intestinal tract Inflammation due to diseases such as Crohn's disease