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Dr. Sumanth Amperayani MD

Hello Doctor, This is concern regarding my 2 years old baby boy (born in Jun2012) . He is having ... for reaching his age development milestones . But people around me are saying that he is slow with his... View answer

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Dr. Sumanth Amperayani MD

,Normal delivery, apgar was 8 ,and now exactly after 3 months it's 5.17 kg. When we checked the percentile ... View answer

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Dr. Raju A.T MD

%). Grew blonde pubic hair (1\2 inch) in only three days. Reaching all developmental milestones ... View answer

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Dr. Diptanshu Das MD

What does it mean if my 10 month grandson old doesn t wave bye bye, clap, high five or imitate how big is Susie? All other developmental milestones are achieved. ... View answer

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Dr. Sumitra Kumar Mukherjee MD

that. Is this normal or should I get him checked for any developmental delays? (He is generally a good eater, in good health and a very active kid. His other developmental milestones are normal) ... View answer

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Dr. Sandeep Thute MD

Hello mam, my name is sukeshi.. My question is regarding my 2.5 years old son.. he is late in achieving every developmental milestone .. he is very aggressive also.. so can u help me in this... View answer

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Dr. Vishwas Varma MD

2 and half year male baby having delayed developmental milestone, decrease hearing and Nystagmns ... to ophthalmologist: Recommended glass +4/+0.5..90 degree Also having decreased hearing-... View answer

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Dr.  Sumanth Amperayani MD

Hi, my son is one year old. He s so smart and I love him so much! However, he seems to have a problem with his right arm. He is left handed, and I understand that means he s not going to use his right ... View answer

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Dr. Poonam Samhaji MD

hi my baby girl is 7 months old and has been detected with delayed milestones (GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY) at about 5 months.all tests related to metabolism, neurology and genetics are normal and... View answer

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Dr.  Meera Kotecha MD

i have 2 cchildren, one is 2 and the other is 7 months, the 2year old has been diagnosed with developmental delay. she is not walking or speaking as of yet and her legs are very stiff and i have noticed my ... View answer

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Dr.  Shafi Ullah Khan MD

Age of 2 years is too young to worry bout complexion. Just focus on his nutrition and make sure he is well nourished and is achieving developmental milestones. You mays eek a paediatrician to help you...

Dr.   Deepak Kishore Kaltari MD

Namaste Welcome to Healthcare-Magic Greetings of the day She is able to make loud noise, its a very reassuring thing that there is no problem with voice. There is a range for achieving developmental...

Dr.  Goswami Debopom MD

Hi Priyanka. I can understand your concern for your son. Yes,at 1.7 years he should be starting to utter words. I would suggest you to take him to a pediatrician as soon as possible . There are many...