Childhood Diseases

Posted by: Rose | 2010-10-13


32 Prem Baby

Please tell me what the chances are of a 32 week baby surviving without future complications

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Premature infants who reach this stage have an excellent chance of survival and usually have no complications with modern neonatal care.

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Posted by: Sali | 2010-10-15

My son was born at 30 weeks. He was at the neonatal for 6 weeks, mainly because he couldnt breath on his own. He is 13 months now. He is pulling to stand up and cruz with furnishers. Never experience any problems with his health.

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Posted by: pip | 2010-10-14

My baby was born at 32 1/2 weeks, she was breathing on her own but this may have been due to the fact that my waters had broken at 28 weeks (apparently the stress helps to mature the lungs). The big thing with her, and why she was is neonatal for 4 weeks was because she had to learn to suck. The only thing for me was that she was never able to latch, so I couldn''t breastfeed her.

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Posted by: grace | 2010-10-14

my baby girl was borm at 34 weeks perfectly healthy she spent 10 days in neonatal and is now 31/2 months. rest assured doctors take care of them but please go to the hospital where they there is neonatal facility and good luck.

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