Infants Aged 6 Months Have Not Been Too Strong To Lift Their Head While On Their Stomach.?
Good afternoon. Okay I want to ask, my baby is 6 months old more than 17 days. My baby When the prone raises the head still often falls (not too strong) Normal or not? Then if I hold the baby I like to be uncomfortable if holding it what’s the problem huh?
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At the age of 6 months, normally a baby has reached several aspects of motor development such as:
Lifting the head up to 90 degrees Supporting his weight on the legs Lifting his chest with the support of his hands Rolled up Lifting your buttocks like you want to sit The condition of your baby who still often falls head when on his stomach may still be a reasonable variation of development. As long as it has transcended most of the developmental aspects above, there is probably nothing you need to worry about.
Discomfort when held in a baby can be caused by many factors, such as the wrong way to carry him, pain in his body when carried, hungry, thirsty, sleepy, wet diapers, and so on.
Your baby's condition should be confirmed immediately by a doctor or pediatrician. That way, if there are certain disorders that cause complaints, then the doctor can give him the right treatment. In the meantime, you can focus on stimulating your baby's development by often asking him to play on a flat, not too soft base, not holding him too often, and also giving your baby healthy and nutritious milk and MPASI to support his growth.
Hope this helps ...