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Peek A Boo
Peek-a-boo...: ...Plays into a new skill children acquire at 6-9 months of age: object permanence -- they can still hold an object in their mind when it becomes invisible. It tickles them pink that this also applies to people, and peek-a-boo reassures them that, if you come back after a short departure (when their eyes are closed), you will also come back after a longer one. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
13 month old daughter has started banging head on floor when frustrated. Should i be worried about autism? She plays peek a boo & gives kisses/interac
I wouldn't: Head banging is one of the many amplifications of crying used to get your attention. It works well with some and self perpetuates.If you monitor the fit with peripheral vision and wait until it stops before looking directly at or interacting with the kid, it will often stop.This is common in preverbal toddlers. Reward the kid with more attention after they stop a fit than during to end this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 15 month old is not talking yet. He babbles, laughs, and plays games like peek-a-boo. He sometimes doesn't respond to his name. Should i be concend?
Jogging 20 to 30: minutes daily is a great fitness routine. Alternatively, you can power walk (walk briskly) for about 30 minutes for similar benefits. Make sure your health is ok for this by checking w/doctor first. Peace and good health. Avoid boredom by listening to something w/earphones. Boredom can be a detriment to workouts. Quiet is wonderful and we need more. Whatever works. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a rectal temperature 1° higher than a normal temp? Also what time does the body temperature peek?. Do tod dlers have a higher body temperature?
Core Temperature: A recital temperature is considered a core temperature, or as-good-as-it-gets. So stick with the temperature you see. Also, toddlers typically feel warm, but their body temperature is the same as anyone else. ...Read more
There's this white fleshly-like that's like peeking out of my vaginal hole. Any idea what this is?
What to do? I put band aids on my daughters boo boos and where the adhesive is its turning bright bright red i took them off but don't know what else to do?
Allergy to band-aid: Clearly it sounds like she has an allergy to the adhesive in the band-aid or to latex, if in fact, those band-aids have that listed on the side of the box. 7% of people have latex allergy, so it is common. Avoidance is best. If she really has a wound that needs covering, try paper-tape and cotton gauze/cotton balls (you're 'own' band-aid!). Most cuts/scrapes don't actually need band-aids! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should i seek medical attention for migraines? I am a migraine sufferer and at the peek of the migraine, there is an area on my scalp, the top center to be specific, that is extremely sensitive to touch. It can last for about three days wherein I am unabl
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