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When Will My Baby Start Responding To His Name
Usually by 9 months: Most babies should respond regularly to their own name around 9 months. They are probably not doing much talking at this age, but you should hear a lot of babbling. Most babies are saying "dada" or "mama" at this age, but it may not be specific for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
8m old baby responds even if called with differnt names but in a particular tone.is it normal?how to find out is he responding to his name or any name
Newborn hearing scrn: What was your baby's newborn hearing screen? Does he seem to hear? Does he respond to sounds without seeing you? I am not really clear what you are asking in this question, but I've tried to give you some important ways to assess babies hearing. We would not at all expect an 8 month old baby to respond specifically to his name per se. ...Read more
My 2 month baby still hasnt started responding to my voice n cooing properly. Only coos very occasionally. Is this normal? Should I be worried?
Relax: Give baby some time to become more dramatic.At 2 mo the typical response to voice or sound can be a subtle change in breathing or eye movement. You may not see it unless you pay close attention. When you gaze at their face the often look back briefly and look away, as if they couldn't process too much at one time. If you are concerned about babies responses, take it in and discuss it. ...Read more
9 mnths: Developmentally infants recognize and respond to their name by 9 months. Babies continue to amaze me with their ability to learn. Best advice is for you to observe and notice when your child seems to consistently respond to his/her name. They recognize voices from in utero and can distinguish mom from dad....So maybe by 6 months you may notice your child recognizes his/her name. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is toxoplasma? If cats cause it then how are doctors responding to my question about cats being around babies by yes ??!!!
Confusing: I understand your confusion. Toxoplasmosis is a parasite in cat feces. It is very dangerous to the fetus if the mother contracts the illness while pregnant. However, after the child is born and is otherwise healthy, toxoplasmosis does not cause much harm. Illness is mild and treatable in healthy children and adults. So you can keep your cat even with young children. ...Read more
My 4 month old baby's epleptic seizures are not responding to keppra and phenobabital. Which anti epileptic drug, with minimum sideeffects can we try?
Have vertigo/disequilibrium, chronic neck/back pain. Neuro only noted nystagmus. Not responding to pt. Fine the day i had baby, now i'm not. Had epi and flu shot @ hosp.I'm not depressed, frustrated.
See below: This is a personal decision. You should tell your family that you appreciate their input, but it is your and your partners decision. ...Read more
Dr.Use dexamethasone for lungs damage infection toxoplasma but not respond. My baby must to die or not? By olny the way ... Down respirator ?
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