My baby developed a oval shaped whitepatch on her stomach since she was 15 days old. She is now 4 months and the patch is still there but we noticed it has faded a bit now. Any idea what can this be? ...
hi, i have adopted a baby when he was 1 day old and now he is 2months 3 weeks, when he was in 2months iI noticed some whitepatches on the cheeks, near nose , eyebrows, chin and on his back. My baby ...
Hi Doctor , Our two monthsbaby had developed skin rashes due to heat which was not disappearing ... the problem overnight completely, whitepatches are formed over cheeks and chin where Diprovate was applied ...
Hi, I am 29yr old and had delivered a baby before 11 months ago and still feed my baby and don ... (then my regular face wash). After an hour, I noticed some white (or rather pale) patches on right side ...
My 6 mos ild dayghter has fine%2C longish%2C white hairs in and on her labia and inside her buttocks near her anus%2C like pubic hair. Is this normal%3F
Hi there, thanks for asking. That is normal because babies are exposed to mother hormones through the pregnancy and the effect remains until several months after birth. I will go away before 1 year old. best wishes.
Causes of saliva at 2monthbaby
Thanks for writing to health care magic.
That is normal in a 2montholdbaby. But if the problem is excessive it could be because of gastroesophageal reflux.
Continue to ask further queries as required.
Hope this helps.
Dr Y V Siva Sankara Murty
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
whitepatches on face
1. this signifies either vitiligo or leukoderma consult a dermatologist regarding the same.
2. could be simple calcium deficiency.
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