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I am glad you brought the baby to the A&E for evaluation and the doctors said the baby was fine
A tense or bulging fontanelle occurs when fluid builds up in the brain or the brain swells, causing increased pressure inside the skull. When the infant is crying, lying down, or vomiting, the fontanelles may look like they are bulging.
Teething pain can cause crying and some swelling of the fontanelles.
do you have a baby thermometer to check for fevers?
as long as the baby is feeding and peeing and pooing and sleeping, those are the important things.
I would not stress about the fontanelle, the bones will fuse up in time
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