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Does My Baby Making Noises Mean She Will Start Talking Soon
Maybe: Baby's making their cute little noises is one of the best parts of being a parent and pediatrician. Children develop communication skills in various stages being with cooing and developing into full command of the language. Most infants begin to utter their first words around 6 or 7 months of age beginning with very simple words and sounds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is e beta thalassemia and epilepsy are affect the talking capacity of a baby?15 months age baby still not talking just making noisy environment.......
Talking?: 9-12 months for words. But they begin cooing and then babbling between 2 and 4 months. By 9-12 months they can say mama, dada, baba, papa sounds and by 12 months say 1-2 words. So talking really begins at 2 months with cooing as they form sounds and listen to parents talking. They can recognize voices from in utero, ie they will recognize dad's voice as soon as they are born. ...Read more
Great questions!: You can customize the American Academy of Pediatrics' HealthyChildren app or website HealthyChildren.org for your child's age. You'll get great information & anticipatory guidance that pediatricians are no longer allowed time to give. Developmental screens are on firstsigns.org. Giving you norms like 3 words at a year doesn't doesn't describe evolution of social communication & reciprocity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
M south Indian.Does sounds like woo,waa, brrr produced and imitated by my 5 month old sister's baby is a sign she is gonna talk soon?
Communication : At 4 months, typically-developing babies goo & coo reciprocally, as you describe. At 6 months they produce a string of syllables: da-da-da-da, ma-ma-ma-ma. At 9 months those become a non-specific ma-ma & da-da, with 3 words at a year, a specific ma-ma, da-da & ba-ba. At 6 months, learned behavior begins; babies lift up their arms to be picked up. Read, play & talk to her See healthy children.org. ...Read more
15 months old baby still not talk who was suffered 3 times epilepsy at her 3 months age.When she will possibly start to talk? Pls advice..
Some thalassemias : are associated with seizures. Has she seen a pediatric hematologist, neurologist & developmental/behavioral pediatrician to define the cause of her seizures & developmental delays? See http://www.hsmdghs-bd.org/SBK.html to contact Chittagong MCH''s physician, psychologist & therapist Shishu Bikash Kendra team for developmental assessment & therapy, as Early Intervention makes a difference. ...Read more
When do babies start talking alot? My daughter is 18 mo and says mama dada and baby, and thats really it. Should I be concerned?
It depends.: Not all babies develop at the same pace or reach milestones at the same time. If you ask a group of moms when their children started talking you will get a different answer from each. Some babies take longer to learn how to coordinate their tongue and mouth to form sounds. Try not to worry; your daughter should be talking up a storm soon - and then you'll wish she would shut up! ...Read more
I'm 33 years old and I'm with a wonderful man, we have talked about having a baby together since we both already have one child from previous relation?
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