Why Is My Wind Not Comfortable On My Stomach?
Morning, my child’s age is now 7 months but he has not been able to lie on his stomach, maybe once he could be alone occasionally but that is rare. Because every time he prone position he struggled and then cried, even though it hasn’t been 1 minute but it’s not comfortable … how, what’s wrong with my child?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In general, babies can already face down starting from the age of 4 months. The earliest can occur at the age of 3 months and the normal range is up to the age of 6 months. At the age of your child who has reached 7 months, if he is still unable to lie on his stomach, he must give more attention to the possibility of certain disorders. But not lying on your stomach by not wanting to lie on your stomach are two different things.
If your baby does not want to lie on his stomach, this could be because there is something that hurts when he is on his stomach. For example, there is a wound in his chest and if on his stomach, the wound will be depressed and painful so he does not want to stomach. It could also be that the wound is on the elbow, or other conditions that cause a similar effect. This can affect the baby not only at that time, but it has been recorded in his brain that the stomach is painful, so he does not want to lie on his stomach.
However, this is only one possibility. It could be that your baby has his own reasons that only he knows. What is clear, if you are in doubt, you should check your child to the pediatrician to be assessed directly and objectively by a pediatrician, whether there are certain abnormalities in your child or not. Meanwhile, remain patient in stimulating it and do it slowly. If he cries, no need to continue and try again another time. So, hopefully answering your question.