Will the baby's diapers cause O-legs?
1. Will the baby's diapers cause O-legs?
In fact, as long as parents use diapers correctly for their babies, they will not cause them to have O-shaped legs. The baby’s normal posture at birth is similar to what it looks like in the mother’s body, with both upper limbs flexed, both knees flexed, feet crossed, and both hips abducted. This phenomenon will gradually transition to normal over time, so the baby does not Need to use red string to tie legs or tie hands. The use of diapers can make the femoral head fall better in the acetabulum, which is conducive to the growth and development of the baby. Parents need to change the diaper model in time according to the baby's weight change, and each diaper should not be used for too long, which is more conducive to the baby's healthy growth and activities.
2. What to do with baby's congenital dislocation of the knee joint
Congenital dislocation of the knee is a rare orthopedic disease, manifested by knee hyperextension, limited knee flexion, and the tibial plateau is located in front of the femur, showing subluxation or total dislocation. There are more women with this disease, which is 2 to 8 times that of men. More than half of the cases are complicated by other congenital malformations. Most patients have no familial genetic predisposition. baby wipe warmer
According to the severity of the deformity, congenital knee hyperextension and dislocation are divided into three types: Type 1 is congenital knee hyperextension; Type 2 is congenital knee hyperextension with forward subluxation of the tibia relative to the femur; Type 3 is Congenital hyperextension of the knee is accompanied by a complete dislocation of the tibia anteriorly relative to the femur.
If the baby is born with congenital dislocation of the knee or hip joint, resulting in abnormal posture of the lower limbs, then it is necessary to go to the hospital for professional braces or casts to help the baby develop further.