Shaken baby Syndrome is a very common medical condition that affects babies born to mothers who have received a blow to the head or neck.
It’s caused by the swelling of a connective tissue between the skull and brain.
Symptoms of shaken baby syndrome are: a sudden loss of consciousness and rapid heartbeat; a sharp pain in the lower body; and an inability to move the legs.
Symptoms can include: difficulty breathing; difficulty swallowing; difficulty walking; and difficulty talking.
Symptoms are often difficult to detect, but doctors are not sure why it occurs.
A good way to diagnose shaken baby is to do a physical examination of the baby.
You may have a baby with a normal head and neck, or with a fractured skull, a head fracture, or a skull fracture.
You can also have a broken or missing skull or a head injury.
It is possible for a baby to have shaken baby Syndrome because it is a rare condition.
However, the symptoms can often be detected in a baby who has been born without head or brain damage, which is why it is often referred to as “soft-headed.”
If you or a family member is experiencing shaken baby symptoms, it’s important to take a baby for a thorough physical examination.
Talk to your doctor about your baby’s medical history and treatment options.
If your baby has shaken baby, there are some simple ways to help him or her relax and stay healthy.
The most important things to remember are: the baby is still in the womb.
Baby shake syndrome is not life-threatening, but if the baby’s head or body are hurting or swollen, they may need to be put into a medically-appropriate restraint.
This is called a “neck restraint” or a “breathing apparatus.”
Be aware that you and your baby may need medical help if your baby is crying too loudly, or if you notice he or she is making too many sounds.
It may be best to call your doctor right away if you or your baby appears to be having a sudden change in breathing.
Some babies can be shaken to the point that they lose consciousness or even die.
It can take some time to adjust and the symptoms will gradually improve.
If the baby has not recovered from the shock, there may be some bleeding in the brain.
If this occurs, the baby may have an infection or brain swelling.
You and your child can get help at a hospital or child care center.
You also may need some type of medication to help with your baby and the swelling.
It might be best for you and the baby to go to the hospital immediately.
You should contact your health care provider if your child seems to be making too much noise, is having a hard time breathing, or is struggling to speak.
If you and/or your child need help with their seizures, call 911 or your local emergency number for help.
The baby may require a ventilator if they are not breathing, and some babies may need an IV to get fluids.
If symptoms appear and your doctor feels you should be taken to the emergency room, call your health plan right away.
Your child may need additional help, too.
Talk with your doctor if you are worried about your child’s health and to help plan for your child.
Your baby may be contagious, so talk with your family members.
If a child is shaken, it may be a sign that the baby was born with a congenital anomaly, and this could be very serious.
This could lead to severe conditions such as a brain injury, stroke, or even death.
This condition, called “meningitis,” is common in babies born with an abnormally shaped head or skull.