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Question: Is clubfoot serious in newborns??? Pls rply

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Answer: hi dear! This happens because the tissues that connect muscles to bone (called tendons) in your baby's leg and foot are shorter than usual. Babies with clubfoot also may have abnormal foot bones, ankle joints and muscles. Clubfoot is a common birth defect.Sometimes nonsurgical treatments, such as casting, can correct clubfoot. Casting is a method for correcting clubfoot in the hopes of avoiding surgery. With proper treatment, however, the majority of children are able to enjoy a wide range of physical activities with little trace of the deformity. so do consult with your doctor about the casting that can be done. take care dear
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    Sineena Moideen96 days ago

    Thnk u somuch mam for ur rply

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