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Is it normal for my baby to have pigeon toes?
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Dr. Becky White
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Babies in the womb usually have their feet pointed in and they don't start to straighten them until they get older and start using their legs more.
If your child is starting to walk and tripping due to their feet turning in, talk with your doctor.

In brief: Yes
Babies in the womb usually have their feet pointed in and they don't start to straighten them until they get older and start using their legs more.
If your child is starting to walk and tripping due to their feet turning in, talk with your doctor.
Dr. Becky White
Dr. Becky White
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Dr. Kevin Windisch
Pediatrics
In brief: Yes
This is normal.

In brief: Yes
This is normal.
Dr. Kevin Windisch
Dr. Kevin Windisch
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
In brief: No
Most babies have pretty straight feet and toes.
Some babies have mild variations in the shape and direction of the feet and/or some toes . . . But these feet are still considered "normal". At the routine check ups, parents should show the doctor the baby's feet and toes, and discuss any concerns. In a few cases, a specialist will need to look at the feet.

In brief: No
Most babies have pretty straight feet and toes.
Some babies have mild variations in the shape and direction of the feet and/or some toes . . . But these feet are still considered "normal". At the routine check ups, parents should show the doctor the baby's feet and toes, and discuss any concerns. In a few cases, a specialist will need to look at the feet.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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