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9 month baby girl. Puffy breast. Test normal. Mother given progesteron. Is it hormonal effect?

Hi doctor, I have a 9 month baby girl, she has puffy breast and fair hair on public area, i took her to doctor and did hormones test, wrist x-ray and ovaries and vaginal ultrasound . all came back normal.I have to mention that i used primolut injection for 7 month and progesterone tablet during my pregnancy regarding my bleeding and miscarriage. Can these hormone affect these concerns? Thank You.
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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If all tests are normal, nothing needs to be done as of now. Whatever may be cause, is difficult to know. You can just observe your child for any complications, in such case u need to get her further tested. Sometimes even mothers hormones which is transfered during pregnancy can effect child which is going to last for sometime. Probably till 18 mths. So you can wait and watch.
Hope your child gets well soon
Answered: Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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