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When should my baby be able to roll over?
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Dr. Marcus Degraw
Pediatrics
In brief: 4-6 months average
Rolling should start by 4 months and be consistent and better by 6 months.
Those are averages and there is a range of 'normal', so discuss with your pediatrician if there are problems. Lots of tummy time will always help accelerate things.

In brief: 4-6 months average
Rolling should start by 4 months and be consistent and better by 6 months.
Those are averages and there is a range of 'normal', so discuss with your pediatrician if there are problems. Lots of tummy time will always help accelerate things.
Dr. Marcus Degraw
Dr. Marcus Degraw
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Dr. Michael Amster
Pediatrics
In brief: 4-6 months
The textbook says babies roll front to back by 6 months, and back to front by 8 months.
However, many babies are rolling over starting at 4 months in either direction. Those that are a little more sedate, or are more contented in one position may roll later rather than sooner.

In brief: 4-6 months
The textbook says babies roll front to back by 6 months, and back to front by 8 months.
However, many babies are rolling over starting at 4 months in either direction. Those that are a little more sedate, or are more contented in one position may roll later rather than sooner.
Dr. Michael Amster
Dr. Michael Amster
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