A 3-month-old Baby Babbles Slowly?
Malem, my 3-month-old son has started talking, but why is his chatter so slow, not as hard as his age friends.
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Baby growth and development between one baby with another can not be equated with certainty, so the difference between one baby with another will often be found. So that the difference is not too far away and if it is not accompanied by accompanying complaints that cause fussy or weight does not go up, in general do not provide risky medical information.
So if your baby is currently 3 months old, your baby's speech skills can vary, some babies are already chattering happily, some are just mumbling, or maybe just watching and smiling with parents who ask to talk. In other words, if your baby babbles in a low voice or your baby may say in a low voice, this may be a reasonable condition especially if not accompanied by other accompanying complaints, such as fussing, low weight, or unwillingness breastfeeding.
No loud murmurs or babble may be a phase of environmental recognition, recognition of your voice, or recognition of the words you make while speaking. Your baby tries to understand, recognize and try to respond with his understanding. So that over time, your baby's communication response will be better.
However, if you feel worried, you can discuss with your pediatrician the growth and development section. The doctor will evaluate the condition of your baby or your baby's communication response, the doctor will determine whether this is a natural or other conditions that cause this complaint, such as throat disorders, flu, digestive disorders, or your baby has complaints of tightness.
At this time, you can evaluate any accompanying complaints that may be present, if you don't find any accompanying complaints, you should not need to worry. Furthermore, you can still continue to stimulate your baby's communication skills by talking and joking with your baby.
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