Stork bites are a type of birthmark which affect the face or the neck and back region. Many stork bites resolve on their own by the time the baby is two or three years old. As a general rule, stork bites which affect the face tend to resolve on their own while the ones on the neck or back tend to stay.
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What´s a Stork Bite?
Birthmarks are extremely common in babies, which can be distressing for new parents if they are not aware of this fact. A stork bite is a pink to red birthmark that affect the forehead, the eyelids, lips, and the back of the neck most commonly...