Finding Answers With Ask Bundoo

I received site credit for Bundoo in exchange for a post about the show. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Being a parent, whether you are a first time parent or a seasoned pro, there are always questions. From the time you find out you are expecting, many things can come up, and regardless of how many times you have been pregnant, you find out that not every pregnancy is the same. This is the same for kids. I have 3 kids, and with each one of them, I have learned that even though I have been there done that, I still find questions and things that I do not know the answer to. Recently I was introduced to a site that has shown to be a great tool for myself, and for other parents new and seasoned pros alike. The site is called Bundoo, and when I utilized the Ask Bundoo feature to get answers to my own parenting questions, I got the answers I needed. With the Ask Bundoo site, there are Doctors available to answer those medical questions you might have, from pregnancy on up through your child’s life. For me, with 3 kids, I always have questions, so having a place I can turn to, has proven to be a great tool. The question I asked pertained to my eldest child. With Estrella she has had a issue with this growth on her ear that is called a Keloid. Over the past few years we have been dealing with this growth. We had tried freezing it off on several different occasions, which resulted in the Keloid growing bigger. The last attempt to remove the Keloid was done during a in office visit, and we opted to have the Keloid removed by shaving it off. This had worked at the time, but after a few months, it grew back and is now bigger than ever. I have been given the option to try and have the Keloid shaved off again, but my daughter is not so keen on the idea, I am also scared that if we do not do something about it now, that it might cause social issues in the future. So, when I was given the chance to utilize the Ask Bundoo community, I chose to ask the professionals to see what other options we had to remove this growth. I was given a answer, and I was also given information that I will use when we go to see my daughter’s doctor next so we can discuss further options on removal of the growth. Below is a screenshot of the answer I was given, which I plan on printing off to take with my to our next appointment.

With this information, I know that I can request that we look into other options, like the laser removal. I also learned more about what exactly a Keloid is, and that it is something that I need to educate my daughter on so she is aware of the fact that she can get them in the future as well. In all, I found the Ask Bundoo tool to be very useful for parents, and being able to get the information I was given, is going to really come in handy! So if you are a parent, whether you are expecting, have a little one in the home, or even if you are a parent of more than one child, when you have questions concerning your child’s development and or health, head on over to the Ask Bundoo site and get the answers you are looking for from a real Dr today!

I received site credit for Bundoo in exchange for a post about the show. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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  1. joanna garcia
    February 28, 2014 / 10:37 am

    I heard about this site at a recent baby event I went too and love that it has doctors available to answer your questions! I love that they were able to help you! i will need to sign up for this!

  2. Stephanie Bundoo
    March 4, 2014 / 11:31 am

    Joanna,Great to hear that you like Bundoo! Which event, out of curiosity?

  3. Stephanie Bundoo
    March 4, 2014 / 11:32 am

    Joanna,Great to hear that you've heard of Bundoo. Which event was it? Either way, we'd be happy to have you on Bundoo.Stephanie

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