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Childhood-diseases

Question
Posted by: pa | 2004/11/03

Q.

red pigments

my daughter of 6 months has red pigments or something like that at the base of her skull the hair that is there is also red and the rest of her mop is blond will she grow out of it and she is also teething and her stools are loose can we give her something for her gums

Expert's Reply

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Paediatrician

Any teething gel/powder is worth a try. I cannot comment on the pigment abnormality without seeing it, but only time will tell.

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Posted by: dr anonymus | 2004/11/04

HAve it checked out.

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Posted by: Purple | 2004/11/03

I would definitely give her something for her gums. Put a little bit of tee jel on them (it does contain alcohol though), give her a teething ring to chew on (the ones cooled in the fridge seems to provide the most relief), chewing on a face cloth also helps.

I tied an ice cube into a face cloth and my son found this a brilliant teething ring.

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