10 Unreasonable Anxieties Of Moms (part 1)

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Dear moms, in case that children have the following signs, they’re totally normal.

After labor, young moms often worry and get nervous all the time. All moms want the best for their children and can avoid being confused in front of a small newborn in their arms. But, there’s something that moms shouldn’t be worried about. The followings are unreasonable anxieties.

Do not touch baby’s bregma

Description: There’re many parents believe that they shouldn’t touch baby’s bregma as doing it means they touch children’s brain.

There’re many parents believe that they shouldn’t touch baby’s bregma as doing it means they touch children’s brain.

There’re many parents believe that they shouldn’t touch baby’s bregma as doing it means they touch children’s brain. This is completely insensible as the bregma is a hard membrane that protects baby’s brains; touching it doesn’t mean touching baby’s brains. When children’s brains get harder and mature, the bregma muscles will be stable and not as soft as they are now.

Why are there blood vessels on the bregma?

The blood vessels on the bregma are very normal as they are a part of the body structure. Because the junctions of the skull haven’t tied yet, you can see the blood vessels, veins and arteries on baby’s bregma. It’s unnecessary to be worried or nervous seeing it.

Get frightened by seeing blood in baby girl’s diaper

During the pregnancy, the increase in estrogen in mothers can cause a little reaction to baby girl’s uteri. Therefore, in the first week after the pregnancy, baby girls can experience a little bleeding from their uteri in a short period. You can totally assure about it as it will disappear soon.

Worrying about a concave spot in children’s chests

You can be relaxed; it’s no need to be worried when there’s a concave spot in children’s chests. This is not a sign of cardiovascular diseases as you think. According to specialists, the breastbones are divided into 3 parts. The concave spot you see is the end of a breastbone. By the time children grow, pecan and abdominal muscles will fill the spot; adipose tissues can even fill the spot before pecan and abdominal muscles.  

Does the loose stool mean children are having diarrhea?

Description: Children who are breastfed often have loose poo.

Children who are breastfed often have loose stool.

Children who have breast milk only often have defecations after drinking milk as the breast milk is easy to digest. Because milk is loose, it’s normal if babies have loose stool.

Being moms for the first time can make you be confused in many things, but you shouldn’t be so nervous.

 
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