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Developmental Concerns:Getting rid of birth mark
2014-11-17
Name: Krishana Lulla I delivered a healthy baby two weeks back and the problem is that he has a big mark on his thigh, somewhat reddish in colour. I asked the doctor about that and he told me that it is strawberry hemangioma or strawberry nevus. It is very big and looks unsightly. How can I get rid of it? Please help me
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2016-09-29
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Name: Munira
Subject:  RE:Getting rid of birth mark
Hi Krishnana, just ask doctor if you can apply some cream and get rid of it. Birth marks are not that easy to cure the only way to get rid of it to make use of plastic surgery which will remove it completely.
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2016-08-24
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Name: NA
Subject:  RE:Getting rid of birth mark
If it is a cloth then i thing it will go away with massage and everything but if it is something else then you should ask about it to the doctor or you can also search about it online and see why it happens and what exactly it is.
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2016-08-11
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Name: NN
Subject:  RE:Getting rid of birth mark
See don't worry there are many ways to get things cured when your baby is having any issue. Just keep faith in your doctor and ask him why is it like that and what should you do to fix it and is there something to be worried about?
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2016-04-22
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Name: No Name
Subject:  RE:Getting rid of birth mark
Hello krishana,
You no need to get tensed for it because that pinkish mark is good it will not create any problem for health and it would not create any problem for your baby.Be tension free and do not get worry about that.
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2016-03-11
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Name: Nikki
Subject:  RE:Getting rid of birth mark
Hello krishana,
I think that is not a big problem because your baby got mark on thigh but one of my aunt got similar mark on her nose, people say it is considered as luck no need to get tensed for silly things.Be happy.
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2015-04-29
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Name: payal raval
Subject:  Getting Rid of Birth Mark
Hi! Are there any medical complications associated? If not, just let it be for the time being atleast! After all, your child is very young! If there are any complications, consult a doc before you decide anything.
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2016-01-18
#7
Name: soniya
Subject:  hi
its not a disease then let it be. after all its a birth mark nothing shame in it. when he will be young enough it will reduced in size and will not look in the same size.
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