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    my son fell down the stairs
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    An_240877 posted:
    my son just fell down the stairs. hes going to be 1next month. he weighs about 25lbs and wears size 18-24month old clothes (just to give you an idea about his size although hes 11months) he was upset for a while and seems to have a lil scrape on his forhead. now hes all smiles and laughs like usual. im affraid of what internal damage if any couldve been caused. if there was a problem would he be so happy?
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    Maikochan responded:
    I would take him in to the dr just in case. But all the times my son who is now 2 has fell down, they said as long as he's not unconsolably crying and the bump on his head is not like Jello. But sure will calm your nerves to take him in to hear it from the dr yourself.


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