Does high bilirubin in infant can result to autism?

Answer Cyanosis usually indicates cardiac disease. The child needs to be evaluated properly.

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What do you need for an infant with autism?

Good food, a steady environment, and lots of safe, predictable social interaction with parents who love him. Just about the same thing any infant needs.

Is there any connection between infant steroid use and autism?

Will a baby with a high bilirubin count and jaundice be affected by it later in life?

Probably not, unless the count is maintained at very high levels for a long time, or it's a result of a liver problem.

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