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Mongolian spot on the back and rump



Question:

My daughter has a circular Mongolian patch on her lower back and a blue shadow over her bottom.
Does that have someone and experience with it. I've never heard that and looks like it was beaten. Midwife and pediatrician see that calmly. Should disappear again. Who knows this and how do they come about? Our birth date was 7.4.2015

Reply:

  • reply - 1: My son also has it on the coccyx, up to over the buttocks.
    He was visible shortly after birth.
    My midwife and the pediatrician say it is completely normal.
    But where exactly comes from that, my midwife could not tell me.

  • reply - 2: My little one has also raised it says it disappears again but KA says it stays
  • reply - 3: My son has a little on the buttock. He is now 10 and the spot is still there.
  • reply - 4: Usually that's more likely to have dark-skinned kids. I had that as a baby myself and it definitely goes away. You really do not need to worry about that.
  • reply - 5: My son has dark hair and brown eyes but otherwise fair skin. Do not know why he has one. Is rather untypical.
  • reply - 6: I'm 28, my brother 32 and we have the spot too. Our daughters have that, too. It is normal for children of African or Asian origin. Can also be that there was something in the family.

    Are actually only pigments that accumulate in one place. So nothing to worry or worry about.

  • reply - 7: I have the stain on the ankle, which has grown along. Am from Croatia and have a medium skin color. But the stain never went away 
  • reply - 8: Our dwarf has this bruise on the buttocks. But does anyone know what's coming from?
  • reply - 9: It is a specific subspecies of pigmented nevi. This harmless accumulation of pigment cells (melanocytes) is a remnant of embryonic development because the melanocyte precursors (melanoblasts) migrate from a tissue layer of the neural tube (from which the spinal cord later emerges) into the skin. The birthmark fades or disappears usually after four to eight years or at the latest to the puberty.
  • reply - 10: My midwife said that if dark-skinned in the family are but goes away again.

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