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When can I expect my baby to sit up on her own?
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Dr. Diane Minich
Family Medicine
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In brief: @ 7 months
Some children can do this earier and some later.

In brief: @ 7 months
Some children can do this earier and some later.
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Dr. Lisa Roberts
Pediatrics
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In brief: 6
Around 6 months of age is the time when most infants will start sitting on their own.
If your baby was born premature, this time may need to be adjusted and you may want to consult your pediatrician for an accurate assessment. In addition, babies with some underlying medical problems (such as muscle weakness) may achieve this milestone at a later date.

In brief: 6
Around 6 months of age is the time when most infants will start sitting on their own.
If your baby was born premature, this time may need to be adjusted and you may want to consult your pediatrician for an accurate assessment. In addition, babies with some underlying medical problems (such as muscle weakness) may achieve this milestone at a later date.
Dr. Lisa Roberts
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