Cause The Baby Does Not Make A Sound In The Morning?
Good morning, I have a 3-month-old baby girl, in general, babies in the morning before Fajr like to make a “aahh ” / “ooohh ” that, why isn’t my baby doing that habit huh? Is it still classified as normal? r nWhen dy wants to make a sound when talking to it like swallowed again and it’s hard to make that sound think “it’s still normal or is there another situation huh? Please explain in detail, I’m very worried because my child is quite active but to get out the sound like there is blocking, r n r nThus r nThank you
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At the age of 3 months, babies generally have started to mumble a lot and issue words like "oooh" and "ah". Not only that, when called, babies are often able to turn around and smile in response to the people they interact with.
Babies without difficulty making sounds like your baby actually does not necessarily indicate an abnormal. It could be, indeed your baby's development is slightly slower than a baby his age. Although indeed, this could also indicate a problem, either from the speaking organ (for example due to tongue tie, lip tie, cleft), hearing organ (for example due to an imperfect ear shape), or perhaps also the function of the brain (for example due to mental retardation, specific or expressive language disorders, autism).
You should not worry. Try stimulating your baby's development with the following steps:
Frequently invite him to interact, talk, and joke Play with him, don't let him play alone too long Recommend him with objects and people around him Invite him to interact with objects he likes, not only toys, but also the environment and animals in around Give your baby exclusive breastfeeding to support growth and development You need to be aware of the possibility of delay in talking that needs further treatment, for example if at 6 months your baby is completely unable to issue a babbling voice, unable to show interest in something, or also do not follow the movements of people around him. If you observe this condition in your baby, have it checked immediately by a doctor or a pediatrician so that you can treat it further.
I hope this helps.