Our expert says:
This is difficult to say if we did not examine him. Does his legs just fall open and he is unable to keep them together? Then I would recommend that you see an occupational therapist for an assessment. If the legs open in a frog position when he is on his tummy, it might just be his preferred way of lying. The amniotic fluid usually only have an effect on their breathing directly after birht, but again he need to be examined. THe blood transfusion could have been given for a number of reasons and is usually not administered without a very good reason, so I would assume that he needed that.
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