Why Is A Month Old Child, The Crown Is Not Beating?
Afternoon, I want to ask why yes my child from birth a month ago the fontanel did not throb?
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Basically the pulses that can be seen baby's crown is the pulses from the blood vessels at the bottom of the baby's crown. This pulsation can sometimes be seen sometimes or not, but if you touch the soft part of your baby's head, usually you will still be able to feel the soft pulses under the skin. The absence of pulses seen on the crown of the baby does not indicate a certain abnormality in your baby. As long as you still see the fontanel not closing at this age (you can still feel the soft part on the top of the baby's head), the fontanel is not protruding, the fontanel does not look sunken inside, the fontanel does not look bigger than normally, there's nothing you need to worry about.
If indeed you do not know clearly whether your baby's condition is normal or not, it is better to do a direct examination to the pediatrician so that you can do a direct examination on your baby.
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