The Head Bones Of The Baby Protrude?
Night. I am a mother who has a child aged 7 months. NI want to ask, in the back of the right side of my child there is a bone protruding along the little finger, is it dangerous. NTrims
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A lump on the head of a baby can be a baby's skull that has changed shape due to childbirth, a build-up of skull bones that also occurs during childbirth, enlarged lymph nodes, or bruising due to injury. The bones on the baby's head are still soft, so the birthing process can slightly change their shape. The joints or joints between the skull bones are also still open in the baby, the birth process can cause the flattened skull bones to overlap at the joints. There are lymph nodes on the back of the head. Watch to see if the size is getting bigger. Take it immediately to a pediatrician if the lump gets bigger. Injury to the baby's head can cause bruising on the head or often called a head bump. Notice if the baby has had an injury or impact to the area or the baby feels pain when the lump is touched. Cold compress the lump if indeed the lump is caused by injury or impact. If the lump persists, take your child to see a pediatrician. To determine the cause of the lump, a doctor's direct examination is needed.
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