really red eyebrows

Cynthia - posted on 07/13/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )

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My 7 week old baby has really red eyebrows .. and she hasn't cried at all... just wondering if its cause she's just tired... or maybe sick..??

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My daughter had, what sounds like the same thing, on her eyelids. The Dr. called them angel kisses. One on the nape of her neck, which apparantley is a stork bite and one between her eyebrows, smack dab in the middle - nobody named that one so I just called it a raspberry. They all get more red when she would cry and all of them have diminished or disappeared..

Candice - posted on 07/13/2009

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Same thing happened to my lil fella when he was smaller and occasionally now, looks abit like a rash but mostly when he was really upset. My dr said not to worry, and it never stays very long.

Sabrina - posted on 07/13/2009

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My LO gets red eyebrows when he is tired. He gets them when he cries really hard too...but if it is not after crying, it could be that she is tired. Just a suggestion!!!

Vicki - posted on 07/13/2009

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My boy didn't cry at all either, not when he was born, not for a month or two. He would just squeak, and say "ah ah ah" when he was hungry. I was cool with that. If you mean she doesn't have tears, those don't come in til later.

Stephanie - posted on 07/13/2009

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my son had really red eyebrows as well, from the time he was born. He still has one eyebrow that is kind of red sometimes and he's almost 3 months old. His doctor and the public health nurse have both seen the redness and they never even commented on it. I notice that it flairs up when he gets dry skin. Hope that helps.

Michelle - posted on 07/13/2009

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Is this a recent change or since birth? Don't be afraid to call her pediatrician. Although it doesn't sound like anything to worry about, it never hurts to check, not just for her well-being, but for your own!

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