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Question: My boy is 17 days old. He s having deep sleep in the morning i.e after bath and upto second feed in noon. My doubt s 1. He s not sleeping at night. Is tis normal. 2. Sometimes he s vomiting milk after evening feed. why it so. Most of the time he seems to have vomiting sensation.
Answer: Newborns sleep a lot– typically up to 16 to 17 hours a day. But most babies don't stay asleep for more than two to four hours at a time, day or night, during the first few weeks. Baby sleep cycles are far shorter than those of adults, and babies spend more time in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which is thought to be necessary for the extraordinary development happening in their brain. and about vomitting you should start getting him use to burp so that the milk could get digested easily, it's a very common issue with new born. Don't worry and take care of yourself as well. Congratulations on baby.
Question: I took scan on my 22nd week .......the scan impression was....ultrafocus in left ventricle.but the baby's heart rate is normal.they even took echo for baby that also was normal.but I'm always worried about this .i consulted many doctors .they told nothing to worry.but im afraid of my babies growth.but the movement is good.is this a great issue...pls answer my question
Answer: Hi dear, It is called echo intracardiac focus.it is caused by mineralisation or small calcium deposits.it is usually not harmful but needs further examination in future scans.echogenic intracardiac focus is linked to a suspected cardiac malformation or may lead to a congenital heart defect at birth in some cases.However, the most worrisome effect that it may have is that it signals the presence of Down’s syndrome.so if doctor suspects any of such issues then you might need an aminocentesis.sibce your doctor gave green signal,please do it stress out.
Question: Good evening... When I'm pregnant I had piles, one of the nurse told with me it's came in pregnancy after that it's will be gone automatically, Is it right?
Answer: Yes that's right. Agar pregency se phle piles nhi tha to after delivery khatm ho jata h.