Newborns are generally not necessarily pathological.
Broad bean disease is a genetic disease, and jaundice is a clinical symptom.If newborns suffer from broad bean disease jaundice, it should mean that newborns suffer from broad bean disease and have jaundice symptoms.At this time, jaundice may be pathological.Jaundice can be divided into physiological jaundice and pathological jaundice.The common cause of pathological jaundice is congenital biliary locks and broad bean disease. If neonatal jaundice occurs 2 to 3 days after birth, the skin and scoophyls are yellow, usually naturally fading within 7 to 14 days. Pregnant women do not eat products containing broad beans.Generally does not belong to pathological jaundice.Such cases are physiological jaundice, and newborns are in good condition and usually do not require special treatment.
If the symptoms are obvious or abnormal, it is recommended to seek medical treatment in time, make a clear diagnosis, and follow up.