Babies born with FAS often exhibit unusual or abnormal facial features. These symptoms may indicate brain damage. Although, brain damage can be present without abnormal facial features. According to the CDC, one of such abnormalities in FASD babies is a smooth ridge between the nose and the upper lip. The other two features include a thin upper lip and decreased eye width. Facial abnormalities depend on the severity of the condition facial features.
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