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Not able to walk at 14 months - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Growth and Development in Children
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :Doctor :   Please proceed with your query

User :   hi i want some clarification regarding daughter health
User :   my daughter is 1 year and 2 month she has not yet started walking
User :   im little worried about that
Doctor :   Are her other developmental milestones normal?

User :   yup
User :   yes
Doctor :   Does she try to stand or walk?

Doctor :   Does she have frequent falls?
User :   she stands herself walks with a walker
User :   or the pusher vechile
Doctor :   Did she crawl, on time?

User :   no
Doctor :   What is her weight?

Doctor :   At what age did she crawl?
User :   10kgs
User :   she crawl with one leg around 9-10 months
Doctor :   Ok

Doctor :   But she tried herself
User :   tried her self what crawl??
Doctor :   The child can walk

Doctor :   The child can start walking anywhere between 12 to 18 months of age.
User :   does that mean it is only matter of time
Doctor :   Since she is just 14 months old you still can wait and observe.

User :   ok
Doctor :   Also some children may walk up to 2 years of age
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