The Academy of Pediatrics warned of the risks of this practice, so widespread among girls, to put the rings
One of the most common customs for a newborn girl is putting hoops, piercing the ears. The Academy of Pediatrics, however, warned of the dangers of this practice, which has some who accept it, and others who do not.
Some suggest that when they grow up they will want to be pierced, but when they are babies, they do not remember the pain they generate. Other parents decide to do so from an early age so there is no doubt about the sex of the baby. As for the others, they just do it for something cultural.
However, we recommend that you wait for the girl's ears to escape the risks associated with the piece of metal in the newborn baby from the American Academy of Pediatrics. They can be caught in clothing, and putting them in your mouth can cause health problems.
Some parents do not even wait a few days to put their earrings, but they do it just a few hours before the baby even gets a tetanus, which usually takes two months to live. This vaccine is also given at 6 and 15, and doctors recommend perforations to be made after 3 rounds.
Another precaution that is reported is that the rings are made of gold and that the equipment needed for perforation is not only correct but also properly sterilized. In the worst case, this can cause your daughter to get an infection and raise your chances of getting hepatitis.
Another complication is allergic reactions that can cause an ear infection in the spoon of the metal used for perforation.
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