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    i dont know how tru this is, because ive never heard of it before but i had my son's 8mth chn check a few weeks back and she made a comment with regards to food and milk ect and said "oh, im not worried about his iron, i know he's gettiing iron, just look at his cheeks!"......
    My son has big chubby cheeks. i just thought all babies did or it was a genetic thing. Apparently chubby cheeks means a healthy bub?

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    My nephew had one at his 12 month immunisations too. I'd never heard of it before that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    It was a full blood test. She was rough as guts and kept moving the needle. He has a bruise.

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    I wouldn't have consented if they did that with ds2. They also wanted to give him a hep a (I think? ) vaccine and a routine worming at 12mths all because of where we lived.

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