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    Take her to the GP. If it really is bothering you and you won't be able to sleep, maybe an after hours appointment is worth it. Though, you'll have to weigh that up against getting her out of bed...

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    If she's asleep and not bothered by it I'd not wake her. Have you asked the IL's or anyone else who's been in contact with her if they saw anything?

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    I'd take her to the gp in the morning if you're still concerned.

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    It's not a pinch from say the car seat belt or the high chair? Heaven knows I've punched the skin of the kids when babies by mistake.. Just a thought.. Does she sit in anything to play that may ha e pinched her when she was lifted out or placed in?

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    Definitely get it checked out.

    In addition to her being knocked or pinched, there are medical conditions that can cause bruising.

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    That is concerning, especially as they are such dark bruises. 😕hope you get some answers.

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    Definitely a visit to the GP pronto. Those bruises look quite dark from the photos you've shown.

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    Oh goodness, those are very dark bruises! Poor bub

    I'd definitely get checked by a GP, just to be safe.

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    Poor bubba. Hope u get some answers!!

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    Default Concerned about bruising

    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    It's not a pinch from say the car seat belt or the high chair? Heaven knows I've punched the skin of the kids when babies by mistake.. Just a thought.. Does she sit in anything to play that may ha e pinched her when she was lifted out or placed in?
    She hasn't gotten a high chair yet, am getting her one this week. I thought car seat capsule but she's never had bruises from it before. Yeah it's the darkness of them that concerns me too. I asked the in laws they just seem unsure.. It's the darkness of them that concerns me too. I will take her to the doctor in the morning:


 

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