Babies Fall When Carried?
Tonight, I want to ask. my baby was 1 month old when he was dropped, because the person carrying him slipped. But the baby is still held tightly in the sling, not touching the floor held by the hand. The condition of the baby is sleeping, the baby does not cry .. Is it dangerous?
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Basically, if the baby does not bump, does not experience excessive traction in the hands or feet, the baby does not cry even the baby does not wake up from sleep in a sling, you have nothing to worry about, meaning that the impact caused by the person holding him falls does not affect the baby at all. There will not be certain complications that occur in infants.
Consider again when the baby wakes up later, if the baby is still active as usual, the baby moves his hands and feet as usual, the baby can drink as usual. If your baby does look like he usually does, then you have nothing to worry about or do. Make sure your home environment is safe for the people around you (for your baby or for people who live in it) so that it does not happen again slip or stumble and fall in your home.
If you notice certain changes in your baby, take it to the pediatrician for further examination.
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