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CraftsbySarahLiz 12h
Max is wearing an outfit that I wore as a baby. Swipe to see a photo of me wearing it. I was a little cross-eyed baby 😆.
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Natasha O.F. Jul 19
Replying to @no_figs
I'm happy to look at cute cleftie puppies, but putting them in / tags has the unintended side effect of reinforcing the idea that people with facial differences are subhuman
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CraftsbySarahLiz Jul 17
Little lady is getting more expressive! 6 weeks old. 💜
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Dr Terri MD Jul 20
Women with thyroid disease or who are treated for thyroid disease while they are pregnant have been shown to be at higher risk of having an infant with Cleft lip.
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Dr Terri MD Jul 17
Diabetes increase your baby chances of having a baby with cleft lip. Diabetes is a condition in which your body has too much sugar (called glucose) in the blood. Diabetes before pregnancy is also called preexisting diabetes or type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
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JENILEE M KAKERBECK Jul 13
When you become a mom, so much changes and you don't even realize! I am having an amazing time here in at but a piece of my ❤️ is back in Missing my kiddo…
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CleftProud 17h
💙 (Story): “Hi everyone, this is James. When his mother and I found out we were pregnant we beyond excited...
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Dash for Smiles Jul 18
Online registration ends in one week! Sign up today at .
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morgan campbell Jul 13
July is National Cleft + Craniofacial Awareness month. I am so thankful that I was born with a cleft lip + cleft palate. Even after the endless surgeries and braces. Thanks to my family and friends, I am . 🧡
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Dr Terri MD Jul 18
If you have a family history of cleft lip,tell your doctor before you become pregnant. Your doctor may refer you to a genetic counselor who can help determine your risk of having children with cleft lip.
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youryoungmom Jul 16
Not much has changed, yet, so much has 💙😭SWIPE to see how big my son’s gotten in just a year!
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PRS|PRS Global Open Jul 16
In this article, read about, "CLEFT-Q scale: Identifying Outcomes in Patient with Cleft Lip/Palate," for FREE: 👂Listen to the podcast discussion with special guest :
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Smile Train India Jul 14
Our will lift your Monday spirits faster than you can say "so cute!"
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Jesse Goldstein, MD Jul 16
It’s such a pleasure to work with a stellar group on such an exciting project. Congrats to the whole team on all your hard work!
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Mike Jul 14
July is National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness month!
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Dr Terri MD Jul 18
Babies with a cleft need to be burped more often because they take in more air while feeding. Watch for signs of discomfort; your baby will give you signs when it’s time to stop and burp.
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Dash for Smiles Jul 13
Jett’s Flight Crew 2018! Hope you guys are ready! @ Stapleton Central Park
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CleftProud Jul 18
💙 (Story): “: Hi! My name is Andrea and I was born with a cleft lip. I first operated when I was two months old...
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CleftProud Jul 15
💙 (Story): “This is our beautiful angel Elena. We found out she was going to be born with unilateral complete cleft lip and palate...
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Mrs Gleicher Jul 18
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