Questions About Babies?
Noon, I am Rudhie, I am 29 years old, I have a boy, 1 year old, 5 months old, I am confused by my child 1. Often looks up 2. Can not sit up yet 3. The lower back is slightly protruding, is there any hope for recovery Normal like other children doctor, and I want to know what diseases my child usually feels like, Thank you
From the info you convey,
1. In toddlers aged 1 year 5 months, the habit of looking up should have decreased, and if the response to calls or responses to objects that are interesting to your toddler is immediately responded to, indicating this condition is a normal condition. However, it needs to be confirmed directly by a doctor to know that this condition is a normal condition or needs attention.
Other conditions can also be considered, the complaints of children under five who often look up and be silent, possibly a form of seizure that attacks your toddler. This condition can be accompanied by complaints of a child being sleepy after a seizure or subsequently fussy, and does not respond to stimulation of an interesting object that he is having.
Therefore, it is necessary to do a direct examination by a pediatrician.
2. For toddlers aged 1 year and 5 months, the ability to sit that cannot be done needs to be evaluated and directly examined by a growth and development doctor. This condition can also be related to the presence of a lump in the back of your baby. However, it is necessary to determine the cause of this lump, whether the lump occurs on the outside or on the side of the skin; or the lump occurs as a result of a disturbance in the bone structure of your baby. The presence of the following conditions can cause lumps that are almost the same, such as:
a. spina bifida
c. benign fat tissue tumor
d. oil gland cyst
e. spinal tuberculosis
3. already answered at No.2.
However, back again, all of this needs to be examined directly by the pediatrician, so that the doctor can confirm the cause with a physical examination, and supporting examinations, such as X-rays or MRI; blood tests can also be planned.
The results of the examination will form the basis of treating your child's condition.
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