Infants Aged 4 Months Can Not Lift Their Heads While On Their Stomach?
Good night, my child was the first time he was 3 months old 21 days until now he was 4 months 1 day every time his stomach could not lift his head, every time he sat his head upright. Is that normal
The stages of growth and development in children are often a concern of parents, to assess whether there is a growth and development delay in children. But every child is different and the stages of growth and development also have a wide range, so there are some children who are faster or slower than other children and still be said to be normal.
The following are the stages of growth and development in children aged 4 months:
Communication and Language: Muttering, smiling, laughing, and breathing air Watch your lips when you speak Have a different way of crying when hungry, tired, or in pain Motion: Roll from supine to stomach. Start grabbing and picking up items. Take a toy to the mouth. Can hold head when sitting. Can lift the head and chest when on his stomach. Social: Smile when something fun happens. Happy when someone comes. Cognitive: Disturbed or distracted with the surrounding environment. Grasping and checking one's own hands. Basically, while most of the child's developmental movements have reached the stage of development at the age of 4 months, and considering that the child has just turned 4 months of age, that is normal. You can visit a pediatrician if the baby is mumbling and then suddenly quiet, unable to hold the head position when held or sitting or assisted by an adult, not aware of people entering the room / surrounding environment, not interested in the toys around, and does not respond to sound.
Hopefully this information can help.