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Child has delayed milestones, doesn't have teeth, doesn't walk or crawl. What can be done?

Hi. I m worried about my child s development. She has just turnt one last month and still doesn t crawl or walk. She also doesn t have any teeth yet. She weighs 16 lb and 15 oz but has dropped twice in the past 2-3 months I m just wondering if there could be anything wrong or if there s anything I can do to boost her up?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
You are asking question regarding to development but you did not mention age/ birth history of child which is important t0 answer your question.

Don`t panic. Calm down, be courageous and get her treated.

Normally child walk alone by 15 month
Usual time of eruption of deciduous teeth- 6 to 8 month

Red sign:
If your child does not walk alone by 18 month.

I would advice:
You should get her evaluated once for her complaint to get her examined physically by a pediatrician.
Wait and watch

Wishing your Child milestone speedy recovery.
Regards; Dr Sagar Mhatre

Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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