Baby’s Hip Joints Make A Sound When They Want To Be Held, Is It Normal?
Ass. I want to ask why my baby’s hip bones often sound when they want to hold them. But not crying .. My baby is only 2 months old .. Thanks
Hi Mysha .. Thank you for the question given,
Joint ringing in babies can be normal but it can also be something that needs attention from parents. Joint sounds can occur because the baby's joints are still flexible, and can occur due to movement. It becomes abnormal if the child becomes fussy, cries, looks in pain, there is fever, swelling, red or bluish joints in the child, the child's joints become immovable. If there are these signs it is a good idea to have your child checked by a doctor. The doctor will perform a physical examination directly and can order additional examinations such as X-rays to confirm the diagnosis.
Meanwhile, what you can do: keep breastfeeding the baby, learn how to hold a baby properly, pay attention to the child's growth and development.