Treatment For Cephalohematoma & Caput Succedaneum HemorrhagesA cephalohematoma or caput succedaneum hemorrhage or birth injury does not normally require treatment unless there are other complications such as an infection which should be treated right away, jaundice or liver problems or anemia.
Treatment Outlook For Cephalohematoma Without ComplicationsWith a cephalohematoma generally the collection of blood becomes more defined after a few days, and the skull hemorrhage disappears completely after a few months after birth. With this type of birth injury no treatment is required
Treatment For Complications From The HemorrhageIf there are complications, treating the condition would depend on what exactly caused those complications. In the case of an infection, the infection should be treated as soon as possible, as an infection left untreated can be deadly.