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Is It Normal For My Baby To Exhibit Jealousy
Yes: Sure, especially with your mommy and daddy. Babies own us...Or so they think. We are theirs, and they want us to give them our full attention. And, they don't want anyone coming between or interfering with that. Soothing reassurance will help, but it will take awhile for them to mature and understand that they can "share" you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son is 3yrs he is very hyperactivity and also aggressive almost 4 month now is it normal for his age to act this way.
Maybe, maybe not: At this age children tend to be very active, some mimic aggression they see an older siblings. To know if this is normal behavior you should consult your pediatrician. Sometimes taking videotape of your child's behavior helps understand what's going on. I recommend a visit to your pediatrician for a behavioral evaluation. ...Read more
My 8-month-old baby girl seems a bit cross-eyed, and some said it will be back to normal as she grows older, is that right?
Depends on the situa: What appears to be crossed eyes in some kids is just a broad nasal bridge which does grow out & loose its effect over time.A light that strikes the pupil at the same spot on both from a distance would show the eyes can line up normally.Yet any time eyes seem to drift apart or cross frequently, you should have your dr check it.Failure to do so could may impair the success of treatment if needed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Yes, it is normal. Every baby is different. Breastfeeding is a wonderful experience for both mother and baby. However, it does not always occur as naturally as we hope. It is normal for latching difficulties to occur initially. It is always a good idea to have a lactation consult to discuss the specific needs of each mother-baby connection. Correcting latching issues will result in a happier baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Sure, they probably have their minds on something funner. Children don't have a long attention span, and would rather listen to fun things than instructions, anyway. If you want their attention, get at their eye level, gently square their shoulders to yours, and speak to them eye to eye. They may not like it, but they will learn that when you talk they should listen...At least until teenage years. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult teens: The teen years are not just a problem for parents. Teens go through puberty at differing rates which triggers a lot of "am i normal" thoughts. They become self conscious about weight, clothing, hair, sexuality, money etc as their brain matures & they see the diversity in their friends.Significant anxiety occurs in up to half & many need third party counseling thru the rough spots. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is 4 months olds but still jittery. Is it normal and when will be disappeared. (baby health condition is ok)?
Usually transient: Jitteriness is frequent, well-recognized phenomenon in neonates. It usually resolves with time. In one study j clin neuro jitteriness resolved at mean age of 7.2 +/- 3.4 months. At 3 years, 92% of the infants had a normal neurodevelopmental examination, while in the rest only minor transient problems occurred. If concerned should always consult pediatrician. ...Read more
What is the risk to fetus who is six month old if pregnant mother is getting mad and fighting and shouting to husband. No physical fights but scream?
Hard to measure: It is known that excessive amounts of stress in pregnancy can increase the risk of preterm delivery, low birth weight, and possibly affect the child's brain development later in childhood but no one really knows how much stress is 'too much'. It doesn't sound like your situation is an 'excessive amount of stress', but would be better for your baby & you, if you could dec. It with exercise, medita. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on how far along you are. Most women feel movment first at 18-20 weeks. From there until about 30 weeks fetal movements may not be regular and you may not feel them every day. After 30 weeks, you should feel your baby move every day. If you are ever worried it is easier and safer to get checked then to stay at home wondering. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for my infant (4weeks old) who is breastfed to have 10-12 bowel movements a day and he cries and seems to be in serious pain?
Pain isn't normal: It is common for some breast fed babies to have a bowel movement with each feeding (sometimes, just small squirts). As long as it is soft, not hard balls, it is usually normal. But, if your baby really seems uncomfortable and cries excessively, he should be checked by his doctor. ...Read more
Hair loss: That sometimes happens .See your doctor to have your thyroid checked. ...Read more
Is it normal for 1 year old and 2 month baby s fontanel to close because my nephew s fontanel is already closed and is it effect tooth formation?
That is normal: The frontal fontanel is typically completely closed by 18-24 months, but often feels hard/sealed by your fingers by around 1 yr, some a bit earler, some later. During routine infant exam, docs/nurses check this and so if baby has been growing, developing normally, without concern from his doc, i believe he is well/normal. Watch him do wonderful stuffs as he grows! enjoy and good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: For some reason seperation anxiety is a normal part of development. It seems to be begin when the baby's motor development increases to the point where the baby is able to leave mom independently through walking and crawling. It is almost as if the baby is nervous about leaving mom's protection and reacts shyly. It does pass. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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