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Does the age of the parents affect the child's growth?

Question: - I am Bianca from Bucharest and I want to ask something important for me ... I am 19 years old and my future husband is 38 ... and I would like to have a baby. Do you think his or my age ... would affect the growth of the child ... or is it good to make a child ...? Answer: I do not think that the age of the parents, nor the age difference, can directly influence the child's growth, and I also do not see why the ages stated by you
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Birth by Caesarean section, how long before the birth date is the cesarean section?

Question: - I must be born through Caesarean section. How long before the date of birth is the cesarean section performed? Answer: Caesarean section requires proof of fetal maturity and there are several techniques for this. Some obstetricians are accustomed to waiting until the signs of imminent birth are triggered, while others (probably more comfortable) get used to scheduling caesarean sections when they are on duty.
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Swinging before sleep

Question: - Lately, my 11-month-old boy has started to sway before falling asleep. I say that he lacks affection and attention and was not taught that way. He was sleep-deprived only when he had colic, he was ill or after the vaccine. What can I do to disobey? Answer: I give you good news: you have no reason to worry!
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Dermocosmetics for mothers. What are they?

Many moms are wondering whether to use dermatocosmetics, what they are and what are the benefits. The increased life expectancy, industrialization and pollution, stress and accelerated pace of life help to increase the number of dermatological problems and women unhappy with their skin condition.
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Bullying at school by other children

Bullying at school by other children can have serious repercussions on a school psychic. Children who are repeatedly harassed by other children are twice as likely to develop psychotic symptoms than children who are not harassed, recent surveys show. The more they are victimized, the greater the chances of developing psychiatric problems and becoming insociable.
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