The baby is born then doctors look inside his mouth & get scared

The baby is born, then doctors look inside his mouth and get scared. Many couples struggle to get pregnant, so when they finally get confirmation that they will be adding a new baby to their family, it’s a joyous moment. Sometimes there’s no immediate bond, though they may bond later.

It could also be that the mother never wanted children to begin with and it shows with the lack of her bonding. It could also be that the mother’s character is one that will not be willing to share their lives and emotions with others, including children.

It’s not something that can be expected. When you bring a life into this world, it gives you an amazing feeling, which is very difficult to describe. Some parents feel an intense attachment within the first minutes or days after their baby’s birth. For others, it may take a bit longer. A child is the most beautiful gift this world has to give.

For the most part, anything considered a shock during a pregnancy or birth is not a good thing. Parents expect things to go exactly as it says in the books, but most parents are in for a surprise when a baby is on the way. That was definitely the case for this couple. A one in 2000 chance a baby girl was born with two fully formed bottom front teeth, which shocked her parents. Three days after Christmas, Alyssa Bailey was born with an extra present for her parents two perfectly formed bottom front teeth.

Her parents were shocked to see this rare occurrence. Jacqueline Bailey her mother even said that the doctors and nurses at the hospital in Branson, Missouri, were stunned when baby Alyssa showed off her set of chompers right when she first arrived. Everybody was just shocked, she told ABC Seven. Just like she has two front teeth. No kidding, really.

It was just a big talk about it. In the delivery room. Word of the rare sight spread down the hallways. As soon as other doctors and nurses were popping by her room to see the baby’s pearly whites, she said. They were kind of like, what’s going on?

Can I just see? Let me see, Mrs. Bailey told Fox Six, adding that her own doctor was just as shocked as the others. She said in her 25 year career. This is the second time she’s ever seen it, she said.

Although it’s not common for babies to be born with teeth, around one and every 2000 to 3000 babies does have them, according to the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Lori Corrio, a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City,

added to ABC that the teeth will often be on the bottom, but occasionally a baby is born with more than just two teeth, can be present in oral cavities at birth and may be related to certain other health problems. But not always, she explained. Doctors often file down the teeth so the baby avoids injuring themselves.

Or their mother as they learn to breastfeed. Corio said Natal teeth have little root structure, meaning they’re often wobbly and can present a choking hazard to youngsters if they fall out, Mrs. Bailey said doctors will keep an eye on Alyssa’s teeth in case they start becoming loose. When they do fall out, she will grow her teeth normally. Most babies start teething at around six months old.

An infant who has one or two bottom teeth, no matter when they pop out, doesn’t spend a whole nursing session scraping your nipple with her teeth. The baby’s tongue is actually placed between your nipple and baby’s bottom jaw, meaning there’s no contact with teeth while you’re actively nursing.

I get it, Nipples are sensitive they’re supposed to be, and the thought of a toothy child coming at your tender nipple mouth agape sounds like the stuff of nightmares. But you can breastfeed a baby with teeth, and you likely will if you plan to nurse her.

Don’t let moms like Bailey scare you when they say they won’t nurse a baby who was born with teeth. If your baby is one of the lucky few born with pearly whites, you can get input from your baby’s pediatrician and a pediatric dentist, and you can also work closely with a lactation consultant to work through any concerns you may have. As far as nursing older baby with teeth, it’s totally doable. I’ve done it with each of my four kids, and I did get bit a few times, which I had met was no fun at all. But for me, the benefits always have outweighed the occasional nip.

No, I never wanted to have my nipples chewed on, but I also never wanted to get headbutted in the face and have my glasses broken by my kid when she was a baby. And I can go on here with a neverending list of childcaus maladies. The bottom line you can breastfeed a baby who was born with teeth. It’s likely not that big of a deal, and if it is, you can work around it. Another shocked parent, Samantha Lines and her partner, Jason Dooms, tried for years to get pregnant before finally seeing two pink lines on a pregnancy test.

Samantha and Jason were thrilled that they were finally having a baby when Samantha went into labor, her daughter was delivered by a cesarean section. Samantha had a long and difficult labor, but eventually Midwives delivered baby Ella Rose. Ella Rose was born perfectly healthy, but when she opened her mouth to cry, Samantha’s midwives were amazed by what they saw. After years of trying to get pregnant, Samantha and Jacob finally found out they were expecting. When Samantha went into labor with their little girl, she had to deliver her via C section.

When Ella Rose opened her mouth, even the midwives were surprised. The sweet little girl, Ella Rose, was born with something very rare. Inside her tiny mouth. On her bottom jaw were two little white teeth while most babies don’t start teething until around six months, little Ella Rose was born with teeth already growing in Samantha recalls. I was completely delirious with all the morphine and other painkillers.

Suddenly a midwife said, My baby had two front teeth. It was a complete surprise. A mother in labor is wheeled towards the delivery room, but a painful contraction hits, and she sees herself bleeding heavily. The nurse pushes the wheelchair along as if nothing is happening. Everyone was telling me how amazing it was that my baby had front teeth, but I had very little idea of how rare it is.

It wasn’t until I came to and somebody told me that it actually sunk in that this was such a unique thing. The doctors have told me that it’s very rare for this to happen. So now, in addition to learning how to be a new mom, Samantha needs to learn to breastfeed a baby with teeth. She’s a little nervous, she admitted. Usually, moms experience a bit of discomfort when learning to breastfeed, but Samantha’s situation will be a little more difficult than everyone else’s.

Although she’s a little worried, she’s pretty sure she’ll be fine. Her teeth are only small, Samantha said, so hopefully it won’t be too painful. I’ve got bottles in case it’s too difficult, but it seems fine at the moment. Doctors have warned Samantha and Jason that Ella Rose’s teeth may fall out, which could be a choking hazard. Because this is such a rare occurrence, Samantha has had a hard time finding information on how to handle little Ella Rose’s teeth.

She explained, I’m not even sure whether or not I should be brushing them or not. They look very delicate, so I don’t know whether I should even be touching them at all. It’s just something extra to deal with on top of everything else. You’re trying to learn everything when you’re a new mom, but I need more guidance. Although they’re learning, it’s clear that Samantha and Jason will be wonderful parents to Ella Rose.

Getting to the Tooth How Common Are Natal Teeth? Teeth that a child is born with are also known as Natal teeth. They occur in about one in every 2000 to 3000 babies. They usually develop in the lower gums and have little root structure, meaning they’re often wobbly. They’re not usually well formed, but can injure the baby’s tongue when it is breastfeeding and can cause a breastfeeding mother pain.

Natal teeth are often removed shortly after a baby is born because if they are loose, there is a danger of the child choking on them. There’s no known explanation for them other than a child is more dentally developed very rarely.

They are related to other medical issues, such as LS vancreville’s syndrome, a condition that affects bone growth and can lead to breathing difficulties and heart failure. After the Natal teeth are removed or fall out, the baby will grow teeth as normal. Most cases of Natal teeth involve just one tooth.

Being born with multiple teeth is even more rare. Lower front teeth are the most common, followed by upper front teeth. Less than 1% of babies with Natal teeth are born with Molars. The exact type of teeth your newborn has will determine the risk for complications. This will also help your doctor determine if treatment is necessary.

Most children have a full set of 20 milk teeth. By the time they’re three years old, these teeth will start to fall out around the five year Mark, making way for larger adult teeth. Some babies aren’t born with teeth, but they get them shortly after birth, generally seen within the first month of life. Teeth that emerge soon after birth are called neonatal teeth. According to the Journal Pediatrics, neonatal teeth are even more rare Than Natal teeth.
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