Shaken Baby Syndrome
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Answer 'Yes' if these symptoms are not normal for the baby.
1. Is the baby more irritable than usual?
2. Is the baby lethargic or unusually sleepy?
3. Have you noticed a decrease in the baby's alertness?
4. Is the baby feeding more poorly than normal?
5. Is the baby's skin pale or bluish?
6. Has the baby had episodes of apnea (stops breathing)?
7. Has the baby been vomiting?
8. Has the baby had convulsions or seizures?
9. Has the baby lost consciousness?

Total 'Yes' (out of 9 possible)
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