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    Default What age did your child's stalk mark disappear?

    DS is now 13 months and still has his stalk mark very clear on his forehead. Just wondering what age, if at all your child's went away?

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    Oliver and Jordan are 7 (almost 8) and still have theirs. Especially when they get angry, lol it's like a flaming red pitchfork.

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    Default What age did your child's stalk mark disappear?

    What is it? My eldest is 7 has red dots and splodges between her eyes at the top of her nose.
    Hers is still very visible especially when sick.

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    Default What age did your child's stalk mark disappear?

    My dd had quite a predominant one! Was gone by 2.

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    Default What age did your child's stalk mark disappear?

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    This was DS when he was born. It has lightened slightly now but still quite prominent. Looks like a tick. I don't mind it but I have a large birthmark on my neck which has always bothered me so just worried how he will feel about it if it is still there when he is older

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    DS2 has a stork mark on the back of his neck, still very prominent. He's 18 months old.

    DS1 (age 3) has a strawberry haemangioma...a lot different to a stork mark, but still a red birthmark. His has flattened completely and shrunken, so it's only a slight mark now.
    Last edited by Witwicky; 14-11-2012 at 23:56. Reason: The storkiest stork that ever storked :p

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    I thought it was a stork mark, not stalk , or we talking about two different things ? My ds had one on the back of his neck and it disappeared after a year.

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    Default What age did your child's stalk mark disappear?

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    I thought it was a stork mark, not stalk , or we talking about two different things ? My ds had one on the back of his neck and it disappeared after a year.
    Probably stork?

    Haha I have never been very good at spelling :/

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    Yeah I just checked and it is stork mark, which makes sense I just call DS's his 'red splotches'. Very technical terminology right there!

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    My DD has one on her bum that is still there, and one on her groin that has gone - I think the blood supply was cut off to it by the nappy elastic. She is 6. Both of hers were the lumpy strawberry ones.

    My DH has the flatter storm mark on the back of his neck and the base of his hair line - it gets worse in the heat. He is obviously much older than my DD lol.


 

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