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    Yeh it's usually associated with a posterior tongue tie which my DD had. I looked in her mouth the other day and her upper lip looks exactly like your DS on the inside. We too haven't had issues with her breadtfeefing since the tongue tie snip.
    Thought sometimes she does break suction a bit if ok full especially. Apparently that's a sign, also occasionally her upper lip tucks under.

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    And I only mentioned it cause it looks like it attaches to the bottom of his gum where the teeth would appear but it's hard to tell in the pic.

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    Oh yeah.. I might get my gp to have a look at it next time I'm there.. I've never heard of that! Is it something you need to get snipped?? Will it affect speech etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassieh View Post
    Lol... I know. Tradie fingernails... They are gross!
    HAha! My husband is the same when he gets home from work.

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    It's not usually an issue from what I've read. I'm seeing a Paed in September for something else but I'll ask.


 

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