A head injury requires immediate doctor's attention if you observe the following symptoms in the child:
- Vomits twice or continues to vomit four to six hours after the injury
- Develops a severe or worsening headache
- Becomes more and more drowsy or is hard to awaken
- Is confused or not acting normally
- Has a hard time walking, talking, or seeing
- Develops a stiff neck
- Has a seizure (convulsion) or any abnormal movements or behaviors that worry you
- Cannot stop crying or looks sicker
- Has weakness or numbness involving any part of the body
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Myths You Can Guard Against
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Nutrition For Your Baby
Timeline for your baby to graduate into eating different foods and common food and digestion related questions. Click here.
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New Born Care
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Bathing, Body hair (lanugo), Breast nodules, Breastfeeding, Bruising, Burping, Circumcision, Clothing, Colic, Crying, Dehydration Fever, Diapers, Ears, Eyes, Fontanel, Handedness, Head Control, Hiccups, Jaundice, Molding, Nails, Nasal Congestion, Nasolacrimal duct obstruction (dacryostenosis), Normal movements, Rashes, Rolling Over, Seborrhoeic dermatitis or Cradle Cap, Sleep, Socialising, Stools/Bowel opening, Umbilical Cord care, Vaginal Discharge, Walkers, Weight Loss/Gain