How many of your babies have flat heads? My son is a back sleeper because that is what was recomended due to sids. And he has a flat head. No matter what I do to try and reposition his head at night he turns it right back. My doctor has never expressed a concern about it, but any ideas on what I can do to help? IM not putting him in a helmat.
Asked by Anonymous at 2:38 PM on Feb. 28, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:02 PM on Feb. 28, 2009
Hold baby and do not leave baby sitting in the swing, carrier, bouncy seat, etc. for an extended period of time nor should you be switching baby around between the aforementioned all day long. Lay baby down for tummy time. Get a boppy tummy time or a play mat. Sit baby up in your lap and interact. Also if it comes down to the need of a helmet do not not get it because of your embarrassment just think of the life long embarrassment the child would have but you shouldn't even worry about the helmet unless the Dr says something.
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