21 Month Old Children Cannot Walk Yet?
Afternoon r nDok I have a girl number 3, born normally with a body weight of 3.6 kg pb 52 cm … my child was breastfed for 6 months and then I continued to make sure that she didn’t want to be fed, little by little, she always vomited … and finally I I don’t really want to feed myself again, because with ex-breast milk my child was already fat … and until the age of 11 months he was sick, vomiting continuously and I rushed to ugd it turned out that he had a digestive infection … we were hospitalized for 1 week after that he was allowed to go home and just a day home at night the heat rose to 38.6 feet and the palms were cold and my child did not step up to seizures, only the eyes were not focused and I rushed to Igd immediately given first aid and thank God the heat went down to 37 observed lg hb high and it turns out that there is still a digestive tract infection and we stay 1 week for another week … so we stay 2 weeks in total, after leaving the hospital my son likes to eat a lot but it doesn’t take long for a month after that, I don’t want to eat anymore, but he snacked on Rin’s food bro, like biscuits etc … I think that’s enough because my child is 1 year old and he is 13kg … and it turns out that after I left the hospital and I realized after 18 months, how come my son is weak on his feet … tiptoe and don’t want to .. I think maybe it’s still lazy because of the frequency of carrying it and now it’s 21 months old still doesn’t want to stand up, my child is dragging … what’s the solution? Please enlighten me and now my child still doesn’t want to eat I’m confused about what vitamins to give him, how come he doesn’t want to eat …
From the information you have conveyed, there are two things that concern you, namely walking disorders until the age of 21 months, and lack of appetite.
In babies, the ability to walk starts from the time the child turns around 9 months, by strengthening the leg and buttocks muscles, so hopefully by the age of 12 months or more, the child's walking ability will be better. Therefore, if the child is around 21 months or before 2 years of age, but the child has not yet stood up, then you should do an examination and evaluation directly to a pediatrician in the development department.
Likewise with complaints of difficult appetite for children, consultation and direct examination of the pediatrician will be able to confirm digestive function and other possible causes.
The doctor can plan investigations related to possible growth and development disorders and indigestion.
Therefore, with a child who has reached 21 months, you should immediately consult directly with a pediatrician. And avoid giving medications or supplements without your doctor's supervision.
That is what we can say, read also the discussion about a 2 year old child who cannot sit down.