My baby's head accidentally dropped at the floor and i heard a hard impact she cried but no bumps. after a minute shes ok but im still worried is that safe for my baby?
take her to the ER to get a brain scan. i would guess not but i would go just to make sure.
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It depends on where the lump is. My baby had two lumps on the bottom back of her head where the glands are back there and when I took her to the doctor he said that when the b…abies have cradle cap that the glands swell at the back of the head. It could also just be a little bump to the head. My two month old developed a squishy lump on the back of his head. I took him to the doctors and they weren't sure what it was. We had a CT scan and it proved to be similar to what baby's have when they are born. They said he probably bumped his head on something. I would call the doctor to check, but it's probably nothing. . It depends on what the bump is like. It's always best to have a doctor take a look. It's probably fine, but better safe than sorry you know.. IN ADDITION: . Its normal for there to be a bump there up until the child is almost a year old. The bump is the soft spot where the bones of the skull are not fused together yet so the baby's head can flex to oval during delivery. It will eventually fuse together and make one one solid bone structure. Until the child gets older, the soft spot will be an area of safety concern.
Im in special ed and i might drop out but i heard they can keep you in cause of special ed if i try to drop out will they keep me in ill be 18 soon can i still drop out this is in california.?
PLEASE DON'T! . \nI'm in Florida and I don't know your answer but, for YOUR sake, PLEASE, PLEASE ,PLEASE DON'T DROP OUT!!! This is very important for you and your family!!…!
It is a reactive lymph node. It's nothing to really be concerned about; as it is not cancerous. Tell your ped and he will watch it every appointment. My daugher has one and it… doesn't hurt her when touched and does not affect development.
It depends on what the bump is like. It's always best to have a doctor take a look. It's probably fine, but better safe than sorry you know.. IN ADDITION: . Its normal for… there to be a bump there up until the child is almost a year old. The bump is the soft spot where the bones of the skull are not fused together yet so the baby's head can flex to oval during delivery. It will eventually fuse together and make one one solid bone structure. Until the child gets older, the soft spot will be an area of safety concern.
Sometimes a baby's lymph nodes may become swollen. When enlarged,the bump can be small and very hard. In order to rule out anythingserious, talk to a pediatrician.
You are either trying to put on the same hat, lay on the same pillow... or, it was just an accident (most common reason).
If you are referring to the bone at the base of your skull where your skull meets your first vertabrae then it is called the occipital bone or atlas. If you have bumped the b…ack of your head and it hurts you should probably get it checked out by a physician. I would recommend doing a quick WebMD search or speak with your physician if you have any medical concerns...
Nothing. I would let it be. There shouldn't be anything for you to worry about its not that serious then.
Probably not. I was holding my 6 month old son in my arms as I sat in a rocking chair. He suddenly jerked in my arms and fell to the floor, hitting his head on the carpet, w…hich was laid over concrete. I was sick with worry. He's now 22 and shows no signs of any ill effects.
What if you hit your head really hard and do not get a bump are you still in danger of having a concussion?
Yes, you could have a mild concussion. If you had a momentary loss of consciousness, or had that feeling for a minute that your brains got scrambled, you need to see your doct…or. Listen to your body. If you are feeling "weird", or like something is not right, get yourself to the ER to get checked. Slurred speech, unusual sleepiness, loss of coordination are just some of the symptoms of concussion. This is nothing to play around with. Head injuries need to be handled by a doctor. Obviously there is something going on that is causing you to question this forum. When in doubt, it's better to err on the side of caution. If you are in doubt, turn off your computer and get someone to drive you to the ER to get checked.
What is the title of the movie where a deformed burned killer has a baby with one of his victims and at the end the baby's cries are heard in a cave?
its a 1984 movie called " THE PREY"...at the end of the movie the ranger get squashed as the female victim gets to be a mommy by spring time
It depends on the pressure or how hard it hits the ground.
Ok i accidentally crack open the back of my alien's head and its a baby will it be able to grow up or give birth?
Normally at age 1 is usually when the skull has closed at the top and that is when it should start feeling harder.
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It is called a bruise or contusion, and is caused by blood vessels bursting under the skin due to the impact, forming a bulge. They happen more easily on the head because t…here is less padding, the vessels are pushed against the skull on impact, with little subcutaneous fat or other tissues in the way. This is the reason why they are also more prominent, with the bone directly behind them, they can't do anything except bulge outwards. A thigh bruise on the other hand has soft tissues to push against inside the leg.
you will have amnesia