Can a baby get sunburned while laying in the sun through a window -- in treatment for jaundice?
Q:Can a baby get sunburned while laying in the sun through a window -- in treatment for jaundice?
More Answers to "Can a baby get sunburned while laying in the sun through a window -- in treatment for jaundice?"yes
yes !! for christ sake
Yes, but only if the baby is there longer than the 10 minutes at a time he/she is supposed to be. In other words, don't leave the baby in the sun for an hour..glass or no glass..
Yes. You can not treat your own children for juandice by laying them in the sun, and in the window? Are you trying to burn your baby? You know that they can get skin cancer right?
yes and the window magnifys the rays when stating in sun light they would have meant not direct sunlight or get a parasol and keep in the shade and still apply sun-block Source(s):been there
Yes, if the baby is laying in direct sunlight. (Haven't you ever been sunburned on one side from riding in a car with the window up?) Place the baby in indirect sunlight. Source(s):Personal experience with my baby.
yes, but it is a still a great treatment for jaundice, don't leave your baby in the sun for long periods. I'm guessing you're breast feeding--good going!
if the window is not treated for UV A and UV B then yes definitly, If the window is treated then yes after prolonged exposer yes they can get sunburned.always apply sunscreen
OF COURSE!! It's even worse thatn regular sunlight. The window acts like a magnifying glass! Be careful!
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