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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    Not a very clear picture but this is the only back view I have now which my wife shot with a PnS. Later we realised that there are quite a number of babies having this strip also.
    That is exactly what I was talking about. Thanks Bro.

    Your baby still not that bad. I've seen some are really 'botak' at that area one leh...

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    suction cup area?
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    well could be related to the period prior to bone fusing for the head perhaps? one of the fissure lines that havent been closed?
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    so tight meh? when the baby come out where's the goggle?

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    Is there some rash along the skin or some kind of skin flakes ?

    Paiseh cannot see the pic clearly

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprintist View Post
    so tight meh? when the baby come out where's the goggle?
    put it back, so the siblings can use later... lol...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    put it back, so the siblings can use later... lol...
    free size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprintist View Post
    free size?
    goggles adjustable wan mah... you don't know meh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohgui View Post
    goggles adjustable wan mah... you don't know meh?
    he say keep back inside mah, means nv adjust..somemore 9mths the size can change who adjust for them

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    can it be simply fold marks cos the baby had been lying face up position for so long, and the hair just divides along that strip?

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    Default Re: Bald strip on new-born's head.

    might be a possiblity but it happens similarly to so many babies

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    Not a very clear picture but this is the only back view I have now which my wife shot with a PnS. Later we realised that there are quite a number of babies having this strip also.
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    Default Re: Bald strip on new-born's head.

    Quote Originally Posted by sprintist View Post
    might be a possiblity but it happens similarly to so many babies
    Ya, I've seen quite a few babies with this strip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canew View Post
    Ya, I've seen quite a few babies with this strip.
    baby photographers take note...

    next time take a shot of these, another memorable shot...
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    saturn rings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprintist View Post
    might be a possiblity but it happens similarly to so many babies
    some conspiracy going on?

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    Default Re: Bald strip on new-born's head.

    Oh dear, this is getting hilarious!

    It is very common for most babies to loose hair after the first month of life. This is somehow more common amongst the asian babies than caucasian babies. There is nothing wrong with the baby and you should not be unduly worried about it. Some doctors think that it is due to some hormonal changes and it is not uncommon to note that their mothers start to drop hair as well.

    As the baby is usually lying on the back of his head, the hair at the back will tend to drop first due to friction over that area. It is important to note that you should not use a pillow for your baby until that baby is about 6 months old, otherwise the head will get flattened on the side that the baby has preference on. Furthermore, the hair loss might become more obvious because of friction over the pillow.

    In some instances, patchy areas of hair will drop much to the anxiety of the parents. Some parents will shave the head to try and 'accelerate' the hair growth and this does not work really. One more thing, putting olive oil, guiness stout, henessey over the scalp will not improve the hair growth as some think.

    Here is a link that might help:

    Baby Hair Loss
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    Quote Originally Posted by giantcanopy View Post
    Is there some rash along the skin or some kind of skin flakes ?

    Paiseh cannot see the pic clearly

    Ryan
    No lah.. it's just a strip with less hair than the rest of the head but I've seen some babies which has that strip almost totally bald and very distinct.

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    Default Re: Bald strip on new-born's head.

    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    but I've seen some babies which has that strip almost totally bald and very distinct.
    Ya, my thoughts exactly.

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