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Is it normal for 10 month old to not crawl?

I have 10 months old child when he was for day old he had fits and then after four months again he suffered from fits. but not he taking treatment with a neuroligist but still today he didnt have one. But he is moving his hand and legs very well but still not started to crawl. When we make him stnd he keeps on jumping and climbing up. Is there any problem
Fri, 19 Jan 2018
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No not at all.
Crawling usually started on 3 -6 months of age.
At 6 month babies are usually sitting on the floor without any support and around 10 months of age they try to stand and walk with some support.
According to your history the baby shows appropriate developmental stage.
So do not worry.
Fits may be due to febrile convulsions which may not need any treatment and usually resolve after 5 year of age.(But history is not sufficient to tell whether it is febrile convulsions)
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Is it normal for 10 month old to not crawl?

No not at all. Crawling usually started on 3 -6 months of age. At 6 month babies are usually sitting on the floor without any support and around 10 months of age they try to stand and walk with some support. According to your history the baby shows appropriate developmental stage. So do not worry. Fits may be due to febrile convulsions which may not need any treatment and usually resolve after 5 year of age.(But history is not sufficient to tell whether it is febrile convulsions)