The Cause Of The Baby’s Crown Can Not See The Movement?
I want to ask.rnWhy was my first child a boy when I was born but how come his head doesn’t seem to move?. Is that normal?rnIs it normal for my child to weigh 6 kg at the age of 2 months 7 days?
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The fontanel of a newborn is normally soft because the baby is still growing and developing the brain, so the skull bones of the baby are not fully fused to accommodate the increasing size of the baby's brain. Normally, a baby's crown will close at the age of 12-18 months. The pulsation of the baby's crown is caused by the pulsation of the blood vessels under the thick layer that covers the part of the baby's crown that is not covered by the skull bone. The pulse on the baby's crown will be in sync with the baby's heart rate. If the baby cries, fusses, or moves a lot, then the pulse will be louder and faster, but if the baby is calm, the pulse will often not be felt.
If the baby's crown is not throbbing, it may be that the blood vessels are located a little deeper so that they are not palpable, or there are other conditions such as premature closure of the skull. Closure that occurs faster is an abnormality that should immediately get an examination by a doctor. To confirm this condition, the doctor will check whether the baby's crown has abnormalities or not. But in general, if the growth and development of the baby is in accordance with his age, the general condition is good (no weakness, no fever, no seizures, or other pain), then the mother does not need to worry but still has to control the baby's development.
The normal weight of a two-month-old baby boy is 4.3-6.3 kg. In addition to looking at weight, the baby's weight gain should also be monitored. Normally, at the age of 2 months, the baby's weight will increase every week. We recommend that you regularly check and control your baby's health at the nearest doctor, midwife, or posyandu. The following is an article about information on the ideal weight of a baby in the first year.
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