We’re used to hearing about babies who get shaken when they get sick.

And if that’s the case for you, you might want to take some time to consider what’s happening to your baby.

As a baby is being born, its brain is still growing, so it needs to get used to the sounds of the outside world.

Babies who have seizures are at higher risk for developing emotional disorders.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, babies who are born with convulsions or who have an early onset of seizures can have trouble coping with life.

Some babies may develop autism.

Other children can have autism spectrum disorders, including Asperger’s.

And babies with epilepsy may have a high risk of developing postpartum depression.

In the case of children with autism spectrum disorder, there is also a higher risk of their developing autism.

If your baby has a seizure, be sure to talk to your child’s doctor.

And as with any medical condition, it’s important to be safe when handling your baby, especially if you are pregnant.

If you are concerned about the risk of an emotional disorder, talk to a qualified mental health professional.