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All through your pregnancy period, you have lived with a sense of anxiety along with the immense happiness of welcoming a new life in the world. Once your baby comes out in the world, this anxiety gets a bit higher as now you get more concerned about your baby and his health.
As parents, you just want him to be safe and sound. But there are certain things which may trigger tension. Though you might be making all efforts to ensure that your baby’s health stays safe, there are certain inevitable things that can turn the course of things. A newborn is prone to quite a few health disorders. Brachial plexus injury is one among them.
Let us here understand a bit more about it and see how it affects the newborn and what the ways to prevent it are.
Doctor can even suggest a surgery if baby’s affected muscles don’t get the strength back once he turns 3 - 6 months old.
Permanent or partial loss of function of affected nerves. This can cause arm paralysis or arm weakness.