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6 kinds of performance, identify whether the baby is developing behind, don't be careless

Posting time:2023-03-24 13:29:57

6 kinds of performance, identify whether the baby is developing behind, don't be careless

"Doctor, my baby is 6 months old and still can't sit on his own. Is it normal?" "Doctor, my baby is 1 year old and still can't call Mom and Dad. Is there a problem?" most concerned. Every little change in the growth of the child makes the parents happy and excited. Therefore, if the child grows to a certain stage, when the changes that should appear do not appear, parents will be more afraid that the child has not kept up with the developmental rhythm? But in fact, most of the time, the baby's development has its own rhythm, but parents do not judge, so they are easy to be anxious. Today, we introduce 6 common manifestations of developmental delay, and parents can compare them.

Physical lag

Before the age of one year, your baby's brain develops very rapidly and his head circumference grows rapidly. The head circumference of a newborn baby is generally about 32.5 to 35 cm. In the first year of life, this number generally increases by about 12 cm. In addition to the head circumference, the height and weight of the baby can be checked against the table below. If it is generally lower than the normal average of 2 standards for the same age group, take the child to the hospital for examination as soon as possible to find the cause of the difference and make targeted measures. Adjustment.

Laggard motor development

In general, 3-month-old babies usually lift their heads and move their chests and shoulders off the bed; 4-5 months Babies of 100,000 will basically roll over by themselves; by 7 months, most babies can keep sitting by themselves for a period of time; as for the walking skills, babies around 1 year old can do it. When the baby lifts his head to turn over, from only crawling to walking alone without the parent's hand, every change brings the joy of life growth. If your baby is roughly in line with the previous rules in terms of specific motor development, there will be no problem. If the baby is 2-3 months later than children of the same age in each of the above rhythms, such as 5 months and still can't lift up, 9 months and still can't sit still, then you need to take the child to check as soon as possible.

Lagging behind in language development

In general, 5 or 6-month-old babies develop language skills rapidly and have the awareness of speaking. Babies of 9 months will try to express their emotions and thoughts with sound. By the time the baby is about 1 year old, most of them can clearly call out their parents and can make vague verbal responses to their parents' communication. By the age of 2, the child has been able to express the basic needs of eating, drinking and playing. If it is found that the baby is 2 years old and still can't speak, even simple words can't express; when the baby is 3-4 years old, the speech is still slurred, the parents should take the child to the hospital as soon as possible.

No laughs

Parents often make their little ones laugh while caring for them. For normal babies, as long as the parents are amused in a normal way, the babies will either laugh out loud, see their teeth out of sight, or secretly purse their lips and smile. Generally, babies will respond to laughter when they are 4-5 months old, and some babies will laugh before they are full months. If the baby is 1 year old, has not been frightened, and has more contact with outsiders, but no matter how funny, the baby does not like to laugh. At this time, parents must pay attention to it, it is best to take the child to the hospital for examination.

Not grasping objects

Beginning in three or four months, many babies will consciously reach for what they want. At this time, their grasping ability is not good, and the grasp is not firm, but through practice strengthening, most babies can learn to grasp objects better. If the baby is ten months old and still can't grasp objects, and has not thought of taking the initiative to grasp objects, parents should first review whether they have paid attention to training the baby to grasp objects. Some parents are accustomed to helping their baby do everything. When the baby shows that he wants something, he will give it directly to the baby. Some parents will feel that the baby does not take the initiative to grasp things, it is very quiet and easy to carry, and will not pay special attention to this problem. If the parent asks the baby to take the initiative to grab the object many times, the baby is not aware of grabbing, or can not grab it successfully, it is recommended to take the baby to the hospital for a check.


Most babies are curious about everything outside. Although their small bodies may not support active exploration, they express their curiosity by responding to external stimuli including sounds, images, and touch. Usually, parents can test whether the baby is responding normally by talking to the baby, or making some noises. If the baby is 6 months old and still can't respond to the parent's call immediately, or turns his head in the direction of the sound, parents need to pay attention. The above 6 kinds of manifestations are the more common ways to distinguish whether the baby is behind. Many of them require parents to observe carefully in their daily companionship to find out. Parents can interact with their babies more in their daily life. On the one hand, they can enhance the parent-child relationship, improve the baby's social skills and intelligence, and on the other hand, they can grasp the baby's development in a timely and accurate manner, so as to avoid the development of the baby due to untimely detection. The rhythm is behind.

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