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Infants left rib bone is bigger than the other one, pain, swelling down her head. Reason?

I noticed about a month ago that my one year, one month old baby s left rib bone is bigger than the other one. I have pressed it several times to see if there would be some pain but she does not show any sign of pain. She eats and plays normally. I noticed a swelling down her head a few months after giving birth to her. She shows no sign of pain whenever I press it. I showed it to the doctor and he said I should leave it, it will go on its own.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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hallo my friend
i have studied your complete history
how is spine of your of your baby
is there any deformity in spine
if yes then u need x-ray spine
watch for the size of swelling on head ,if it is progressively increasing then u have to consult

for further query u can contact me on
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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