The 10 Month Old Baby Becomes Fussy Since His Mother Accidentally Crushes His Hand?
Hello. R nGood Night. Mf annoying. I Bara want to ask. In connection with my previous question also related to my niece who is over 10 months old. Since today, she keeps crying. Because during his sleep his mother accidentally crushed his left hand and the end looked a little different from his right hand. Since that incident the baby was always crying. All day long, she just cried in pain and touched her hands, she immediately became fussy and couldn’t even move her as usual. What is the solution? Is there any medicine or what needs to be given for treatment? R n r nThe second question regarding the crown of the baby (my nephew), what is the danger when the baby’s crown is still shaking like a fast heartbeat? Even mushy. Even though he is over 10 months old. But the back and right of the head are already hard. And there is only one point in the middle of the front when you notice the rocking hard and soft. What is the solution? Because the mother is afraid to see the condition of her baby like that. R nHope the doctor can help me. R n r nThank you very much.
Peetama regarding your question regarding the niece who is always fussy since her mother accidentally crushed her hand, suspected of having an injury. The extent of the injury cannot be ascertained except by direct examination. So you should immediately have your nephew checked by a doctor to assess his condition and appropriate treatment measures. For now, don't try to massage or take the baby to the massage center because there are concerns that this will make things worse. Apply a cold compress to reduce pain.
Second, regarding the crown or in medical terms is fontanella. During infancy, normally the human tongkorchbone consists of bony plates that are not yet fused. There is a gap, called the crown, on the front (near the forehead) and the back of the head. The size of the front crown is greater than the back crown. At the age of 2-4 months, the back crown begins to close, while the front crown begins to shrink because the plates of the right and left ribs begin to fuse by the age of 1 year, and normally have closed at 18 months of age. When the crown is still open, it is natural to feel as if there is a pulsation. Doctors also often check the crown of the baby to assess whether the baby is dehydrated or not. So far what you have told about your nephew's crown is still in a normal state. If until the time mentioned, the crown has not closed, you should check it directly with your pediatrician.
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