In the past most doctors and other care providers recommended leaving baby strawberry marks alone but some are changing their...
In the past most doctors and other care providers recommended leaving baby strawberry marks alone but some are changing their tune. dale-pendant.jpgStrawberry marks are seen in around 2 out of every 100 babes. Many do eventually vanish on their own. Experts at the Vascular Birthmark Foundation say that each baby who has a strawberry mark should be referred to a specialist though because some of these birthmarks can create problems with eye-sight, breathing, and hearing. Visit the Vascular Birthmark Foundation to learn more about all types of baby birthmarks. Don't forget to enter Pregnancy & Baby's Little Monsters Contest -- you can win fabulous prizes that will help you preserve your digital memories!

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