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    An_222610 posted:
    I need some help . My 2 1/2 month old just fell out of our bed . He seems fine is not crying or anything ,but I am worried he might be hurt . What should I do and has anyone had a similar experience ?
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Are there any visible injuries? Is your baby acting out of the ordinary? Drowsy or vomiting?

    If you have any feelings that there is something out of the ordinary, please contact your healthcare provider and make an appointment or speak to the professional on duty!

    Haylen

    p.s. Both of my daughters rolled off my bed and onto the carpet - they were fine...mad, but fine.


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